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?k Long, long ago, in a land far away stood a 
2^ mighty kingdom called Longmeadow. Now this 
2j was a very enlightened kingdom, filled with 
£g righteous and noble people involved in a most 
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Their intense dedication was overwhelming, but surely 

understandable, for their unending search was for 

knowledge, which they knew was the very essence of ideal 

existence. The nobles were continually spurred on toward 

success by the influence of the much feared, fire-spewing 

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The fearful dragons understood and supported 
the nature of the quest, and their fiery 
committment to the search was what made them 
so merciless in their daily terrorizing of the 
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The most priveledged 
class of people in the cas- 
tle are the nobles, because 
of their expertise in the 
ways of the fearsome 
dragons and the knowl- 
edge they have gained as 
regards living and suc- 
ceeding in the kingdom. 
Many members of this 
class of nobility fight 
fewer dragons than in 
past years but often with 
more fervor. In place of 
additional toils to under- 
take, the nobles are free to 
pursue various pleasures 
on a greater scale than in 
previous years. Amid all 
the celebrations this rul- 
ing class engages in are 
the various examinations, 
contests and petitions 
necessary to pursue future 
plans when one has left 
the security of the castle 
and strikes out in quest of 
new kingdoms to con- 
quer. 



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Class Council 





1. Bill Meade-Pres. 2. Sara Fein-Vk 



4. Sandy Walker-Sec. 5. 



Leslie Brooks-Treas. 6 and 7. Advisors Jesse Bowler and Barbara Laub. 

The Senior Class' enthusiasm for Class Council activities was overwhelm- 
ing this year. Many Seniors attended Class Council meetings where the 
planning for various class functions took place. Many seniors can take great 
pride in knowing that they helped to make their senior year activities 
memorable. 

The year was off to a busy start with planning of the Homecoming 
Weekend. This included a parade of floats around Longmeadow, spirit links, 
and a balloon ascension at the Longmeadow-East Longmeadow football 
game. The senior girls also showed their football talent in the action packed 
Daisy-Weed game complete with "sexy" cheerleaders. 

In the winter, spirits were high with the continuous planning for spring 
and Senior Week. The weather was taken advantage of by a senior sponsered 
cross-country weekend. 

Planning for the Prom, Banquet, and Graduation activities kept seniors 
busy with concerns about banquet halls, bands and theme songs. There was 
also the excitement of getting involved in "Carnival", the Senior Class Play. 

Other activities during the year included the creative efforts of the Senior 
Newsletter, "The Longmeddler," and the hard struggle for Open Door. Its 
institution in February brightened the sense of responsibility for showing 
strong leadership while enjoying an active, and exciting Senior year. 



JIM QUINN 



FRANCIS VVFLCH 



ROBERTA WASS 



TYLER BELL 



TED KOUNDOURAKIS 



EDWIN LAW 



ROBERT ROSS1TER 



LAURA DONNER 




JEFFREY DANNAY 




DORIS ROBINSON 




JOHN MACMARTIN 




JAY RUBINSTEIN 



MICHAEL TATE 





GREGORY VATRANO 




STACY FITZPATRICK 



STEVE NOLET 




JANICE DEL GRECO 




MIKE FORTIER 





JULIE TRZCINSKI 



SCOTT BAILEY 



CINDY MARKELL 



JOHN NICHOLS 



"This 

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to thine own 

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be true." 

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NANCY FINCH 



ALAN AXLER 





GEORGE HAVRILLA 



MICHELE HOFFMAN 



"For all the good 
times, sad times 
silly sentimental 
times we've shared- 
I celebrate you, 
my friend." 




DEBBIE SMITH 



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SANDY WALKER 



PATTY MARCOULLIER 



BOB JONES 




PETER CARROLL 



HOLLY DOHERTY 




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DONNA RINALDI 




KAREN THOMPSON 




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BILL LYONS 



JEAN BENOIT 




BETSY SABIN 




CINDY JOHNSON 




"I don't know what 
kind of a future 
life I believe in 
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SHELLEY MILSTEIN 





TIM MALONEY 




STEVEN HOCHBERG 



SCOTT ELLIOT 




KATE BASSETT 



all that we go 
through here must 
have some value." 

-Eleanor Roosevelt 



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MIKE SACENTI 




PETER VEDDER 




ANNALIZA CRUZ 




PETER ELLSWORTH 



MEG GILES 



KATHY WILOCHKA 



FAITH PRYBYLO 



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BILL MEADE 



KIM BOLGER 




JOEL ZUCKERMAN 



TFRRI RFDIFER 



JOHN TOMKO 




LARRY MARKSON 




LISA SEMEL 




KATHY FOLEY 




MARK LUNDY 



LYNNE ARONSON 



WENDY WOLF 




HOLLY BOUDREAU 



JEFF KNIGHT 



FRANCIS McNALLY 



MICHELE VECCHIARELLI 







TODD COHAN 




RUTH KATZ 



KATHY AMES 



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JUDY STEARNS 



DANA FRANK 



FRED BURNS 



LORI DAVIDSON 



MAURA NEVILLE 



DAVID BRINNEL 




PEGGY MAGNANI 



RICHARD GREENE 








"Love when you can, cry when you 
have to; be who you must it's a part of 
a plan. Await your arrival with 
simple survival and one day we'll all 
understand." 

Dan Fogelberg 



KERRY FERRERO 




CAROLYN GREENSPAN 



REGINA NOVITT 



MARK SLADE 



KIM KUSIAK 



DAVID LENDRY 




KIM BARTON 

"To stop growing 

is deadly to 

the mind, the 

emotions, 

and even to our 

world." 



- Ralph Rhea 




JOHN KNISELY 



BARBARA BLISS 





"A matter of growth: from 
childhood into adulthood, from 
dependence into independence, from 
fear into the full control of your 
own potentialities so that you may 
be able to develop them at their 
fullest." 



TRACY GLASGOW 




JOAN SHRIVER 



NANCY DAWSON 



PETER RILEY 



. There's a light in 

the depths 

of your darkness." 




BILL WALSH 




ALISON STURGIS 





CAROLYN CUMMINGS 



TARA HOWARD 




STEVE HARAMUT 



SARA FEIN 




ALISON SEAMAN 



JEFF SHERMAN 



"There's a calm at the eye 
of every storm. There's a 
light in the depths of your 
darkness. Let it shine" 



MICHAEL SPRINGETT 



JEFF TOUGAS 



ROBERTA SHERMAN 




STEVE PETLOCK 



ELLEN NICHOLS 



ELIZABETH BURNS 




KENNY VINCUNAS 



STEVE MILLAS 




DEBBIE HARRIS 




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CINDY OCONNELL 



SALLY BURNETT 



ANDY JANIK 




ANNE KILLEEN 




DEBBIE DEFELICE 




MIKE ROSOL 



GARY HOLMAN 



LINDA INGLHOFER 



LAURIE KLEIN 



MELANIE WHITE 




BRUCE BENNETT 




DAVID BEDROSIAN 



VILMA GONZALES 



CHARLIE WRONA 




DAVID BEARCE 




THAMY KANNAVOS 





FAY TRACHTENBERG 




HAL GOLDBERG 



JANET CHAMBERS 



MIKE CIOTA 



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ROBIN EDELMAN 



RICK DUROCHER 



PAM GRAYBOFF 




CAROLYN KANE 




KIM LEDUC 



MARK ABRAHAMS 




CAROLYN CLUTE 



ANDY WEINBERG 




LISA DENNING 




STEVE FINCH 



BETSY ROBINSON 




ROBERT CAREY 





SHEILA BRENNAN 




TOM BUTTS 



LISA KENLER 



NICOLE NASSAR 



DAVE RYAN 







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KENNY LUND 




SARA PANTO 



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PETER CROSBY 




JOHN WESTON 



KRIS CERVENY 




BETSY CURRIER 




DAVE MARR 





PETER BURGER 



RICHARD SNYDER 




MITCHELL WORTH 



GAYLE KIDA 





LORI DRAYMORE 



BETH COGAN 





DONNA CRUZ 



STACY WARDLAW 




CHRISTINE McGARRY 




VIVIAN MARKOULAKIS 



JON COHEN 



BOB MILLER 




STEPHEN WOOD 




KIT GRACEY 



PETER GUTERMANN 



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BETSY ROSENBLOOM 





JUDY WILLIAMS 



TYLER YOUNG 




ELLEN PHILBIN 



MATT HOFFMAN 



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SUSAN CONNELL 




CAROL ANDERSON 





RICK ORR 



STEVEN KOUNDOURAKIS 



MARTHA CARUSO 



DAISIES PLUCK WEEDS 



The Daisies vs. Weeds flag football game is 
known to be one of the traditional activities fa- 
vored by the senior class. This year the girls out 
did themselves in a close game, finally won by 
the Daisies. The excitement of the game was fur- 
ther increased by the entertaining Senior boys. 

Both teams practiced hard to perfect "profes- 
sional" offensive strategies and to build strong 
defensive squads. Led by Daisy coaches John 
Tomko, John Knisely, and Jeff Sherman and 
Weed coaches Rob Carey, Bob Miller, and Steve 
Wood, the teams developed the skill and enthusi- 
asm that enabled them to play a great game of 
football and have fun in the process. 





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SUSAN CONNER 





JODI SLATER 



RICH EVERS 




MOIRA MURPHY 



DAVID FEIN 




TIM BIGGINS 



LORI EVANS 



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You can't always get 
what you want, but if 
you try sometimes, o you 
just might find, you get 
what you need. 

-Rolling Stones 




JOHN FOLEY 




JON DITMAR 



GALE JASKOT 



Leaving's not an easy 
thing sometimes 
To leave all of the friends 
you knew behind 
Turn around, Turn 
around, Turn around. 
-Aztec Two-Step 



BETH RIVKIN 



KARIN LAUSHWAY 



MARK COHEN 






DAVID LLOYD-REES 



ANGELA PAYNE 



LYNNE GREENBERG 




NICOLE BEAUCHAMP 



LAURIE SOLOMON 




SCOTT COLLENTRO 




CHRISTINE ROOKE 




WAYNE COLLARO 



SONYA KRAFT 



TOM MOSER 




GLENN JACOBSON 



ELLEN HEENAN 



LINDA DEMASSINI 




SUE SIMMONS 



JANINE MICUCCI 



JOHN O'CONNOR 



TAMI GUILBAULT 



WILLIAM SULLIVAN 



KAREN HOLLABAUGH 



TERENCE BOUDREAUX 



GERALD MURPHY 



LISA LEAVITT 




TRACY LAVENGOOD 




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RICHARD HOUGH 




MARC PEARL 




KEN NORTON 



INGRID SHUTTLEWORTH 



MARK HALON 





KAREN KELLEHER 



ADAM CURTIS 



GISSELLE MUSSICH 



ABRAHAMS, MARK JAY - 91 Salem Rd - Mokey- Latin Club 1- Yearbook 2- Jet Jotter '3,4- 
Business Manager 4- Student Advisory Council 3,4-p.43. 

ADAMZ, CRAIC - 493 Maple Rd. -Crag-Swim Team 1,2,3-Soccer - Bowling 1,2,3.4- NHS 3.4- 
Jet Jotter 2,3,4- Chess Club 2.3- p.19. 

AMES, KATHERINE ANNE - 42 Williston Drive- Kathy- AFS 3.4 treasurer 4- Girls Chorus 
1- Concert Chorus 2,3,4- Girls Volleyball 1- Intramural Volleyball 3- NHS 4- "Of Thee I 
Sing" 2- Senior Class Play 4-p. 28. 

ANDERSON, CAROL LESLIE - 132 Converse St. Blondie- Class Council 1-Girls Chorus 1- 
Concert Chorus 2-p.49 

ANTAL, JOAN- 73 Barrington Rd - Antlers- Leaders Club 3,4- Class Council 3- p. 22 

ARONSON, LYNNE SUSAN - 413 Converse St.- Lynsey- AFS 3,4- Library Aide 1,2,3,4- 
Outlet 1,2- NHS 3,4- Class Council 4- Spanish Club 4, treasurer-p 27 

ASTHALTER, JOHN - 25 Warwick Rd - Wrestling 1,2,3,4 Co capt. 4- Class Council 3,4- 
Lacrosse 1,3,4- Leaders 3,4- Daisy-Weed Cheerleader- p. 42. 

AXLER, ALAN JAY - 251 Wolf Swamp Rd- Ax- Football 1,2,3,4- Baseball 1,2.3,4- Wrestling 
1- Class Council 4- Key Club 1,2,3,4- Spanish Club 4- Ski Club 1,2.3,4- Leaders Club 2.3,4- p. 
18. 

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BAILEY, SCOTT W - 175 Brookwood Drive- Cross Country 1,2,3,4- Track 1,2,3,4- German 
Club 2,3- p. 17. 

BALL, KATHLEEN FRANCES - 178 Nevins Ave -Kathy- AFS 1,2- Outing Club 1,2- Ski Club 
1,2,3-Outlet 1,2,3,4-p. 31. 

BARRETT, TERESA - 66 Barrington Rd- Terry- p. 19. 

BARTON, KIMBERLY - 232 Captain Rd.- Kim- p 32 

BASSETT, KATHARINE - 35 Birch Rd- Kate- Swimming 1,2- Lacrosse 1,2-Keyettes 2- Ski 
Club 1,3- Class Council 3- Senior Class Play 4- p. 21. 

BEARCE, DAVID W. Jr. - 195 Franklin Rd.- Wrestling 1- Ski Club 1,2- Ski Team 4- p. 39 

BEAUCHAMP, NICOLE CLAIRE - 49 Farmington Ave- Track Team 1-AFS 1,2,3- Class 
Council 1,2,3,4- Masacksic 2- Ski Club 2- Keyettes 2,3,4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 54. 

BEDROS1AN, DAVID ALAN - 189 Academy Drive- Key Club 2,3,4- Leaders Club 2,3,4- 
Spanish Club 4- Class Council 4- Soccer 1- Ski Club 4- p. 38. 

BELL, TYLER H. - 92 Glenbrook Lane- Tinkerbell-Chess Team 2,3- Lacrosse 1,2,3,4-Intramu- 
ral Basketball 2,3- Leaders 2- p.14. 

BENNETT, BRUCE H. - 163 Blueberry Hill Rd - Benie- Track 1-Cymnastics 1,2,3,4 Co. Capt 
4- p. 38. 

BENOIT, JEANNE LOUISE - 29 Silver Birch Rd- Beno- Class Council 4- Gymnastics 1,2- 
Tennis Team 1,2,3,4- p. 20. 

BERON, JOAN DIANE - 71 Roseland Terrace- AFS 2,3,4- Class Council 4- Spanish Club 4- 
Senior Class Play 4- p. 52. 

BIGGINS, TIMOTHY JUDE - 52 Redfern Drive- Tim- Soccer 1,2,3- Swimming 3- Key Club 
3- p. 51. 

BIRCH, RUSSELL M. - 41 Brookwood Drive- Russ- Ski Team 2- Diving Team 1- p.53. 

BLACK, EVERETT CHARLES - 64 Magnolia Circle- Neck- Soccer 2- Gymnastics 3,4- Variety 
Show 3,4- Leaders Club 3,4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 56. 

BLACK, JUDITH LYNN - 72 Wilkin Drive- Judi- Track 1- Class Council 4- Keyettes 3,4- 
Daisy-Weed 4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 23. 

BLISS, BARBARA JANE - 16 Longview Drive- Junior Achievement 1- Bowling Club 1- p. 32. 

BOLGER, KIMBERLEY GAIL - 35 Lawrence Drive- Kim- Jet Jotter 2,3.4 Managing Editor 4- 
Outlet 1,2,3,4 Editor 2,3,4- Drama Club 1,2,4- Debate Club 1,2- NHS 3,4- Daisy-Weed 4- 
Senior Class Play 4- p. 26. 

BONASONI, ALISA SUSAN - 222 Concord Rd.- Beads-NHS 3,4- Keyettes 2,3,4-Board 3- 
Masacksic 2,3,4 Senior Editor 4- Ski Club 2- AFS 1,2- Track 1- Senior Class Play 4- p 48. 

BOUDREAU, HOLLY ANN - 72 Woolworth St.- Outlet 1- Senior Class Council 4- p 27 

BOUDREAUX, TERENCE ASHLEY - 33 Ellington St - Boo- Football 1- Lacrosse 1,2,3,4- 
Basketball 1,2,3,4 Capt. 4- Key Club 2,3,4- Class Council 1,2,3.4- Leaders 2,3,4- ABC 3,4- 
Junior Achievement 1- Senior Class Play 4-p. 57. 

BRENNAN, SHEILA MARY - 69 Fenwood Rd.- Sheil- Swim Team 1,2,3,4- Drill Team 1,2,3- 
Track 1,2- AFS 2,3,4 President 4- Latin Club 1- Leaders Club 3- Keyettes 2,3,4- NHS 3,4- 
Senior Class Play 4- p. 44. 

BR1NNEL, DAVID C.-219 Wimbleton Drive-Lyrics 4-Concert Chorus 3,4-Cantori 4-"Of 
Thee I Sing" 2- "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" 3- Once and Future Idiots 3,4- "Of Mice 
and Men" 4- Variety Show 1,2,3,4- Junior Achievement 1,2- Spanish Club 1- p. 30. 

BROOKS, LESLIE ELLEN - 71 Lawrence Drive- Class Council 2,3,4 Treasurer 3,4-Soccer Club 
2,3- NHS 3,4- AFS 1- Ski Club 1- Joint Committee 2,3,4- Senior Paper Editor 4- Daisy-Weed 4- 



Lacrosse Club 1,2,3,4 Co. Capt. 3.4- "Of Thee I Sing" 2- Chorus 1,2,3- Lyrics 4 Student 
Council 1,2,3,4 Committee Vice-President 4- Joint Commille 4- Daisy-Weed 4- Senioi 
Play 4- p 36. 

BURNS, ELIZABETH ANN - 28 South Park Ave - Liz- p.3S. 

BURNS, FREDERICK J. - 28 South Park Drive- Ferd-Key Club 1,2,3- Orchestra 1,2.3.4- 
Quartet 3,4-Leaders 3- Track 3,4- Latin Club 2- Of Thee I Sing" 2- Young People's Sympho- 
ny 2,3,4- AFS 1- Senior Class Play 4-p. 29. 

BUSHEY, MICHELLE MARIE - 246 Concord Rd.- Prom Committee 4- Senior Class Play 4-p 

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BUTTS, THOMAS WILLIAM - 410 Pinewood Drive- Butsy-Track 1- Basketball 1,2,3,4- 
Soccer 1,2- Golf 3,4- Class Council 3- p. 44. 

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CALARESE, SCOTT JOHN - 50 Creenacre Ave - Nutsy- Track 1,2 

CAMPBELL, CAROLANNE - 54 Westmoreland Ave- C.A., Soup- Field Hockey 1,2,3, -Capt 
4- Softball 1,2,3,4,- Basketball Manager 2,3,4,- Girls Chorus 1- Daisy-Weeds 4- Variety Show 
1- Leader's Club 2,3,- Class Council 4- Senior Class Play 4. pg. 29. 

CAREY, ROBERT JOSEPH - 28 Lawrence Dr.- Carets- Football 1.2,3.4,- Basketball 1,2.3,4- 
Lacrosse 1,2,3, 4, -Key Club 2,3,-pg. 44. 

CARON, JAY GERARD - 40 Pioneer Dr.- J.C.- Football 1.2,3,4,- Track 2- Key Club 1,2, Lt 
Governor 3, President 4- Joint Committee 2.3.- Class Council 3.4,- Intramurals 1,2,3. pg. 48. 

CARROLL PETER SCOTT - 211 Concord Rd.- Liteweight- Soccer-1- Hockey 1- Baseball 14. 
Manager 4- Golf 3,4,- Key Club 1,2.3,4,- pg 20. 

CARUSO, MARTHA JEAN - 44 Laurel St.- Volleyball 1- Broadway 3.4- pg. 49. 

CERVENY, KRISTIN - 1050 Longmeadow St.- Kriss- Girls Chorus 1- Jewelry 4- Track and 
Field 4. pg. 45. 

CHABOT, CAROL MARIE - 156 Blueberry Hill Rd.- Chabs- Keyettes 3,4,- Cheerleading 

1.2.3- Class Council 3,4,- Lacrosse Statistician 3,4,- NHS. 3,4. pg. 29. 

CHAMBERS, JANET LOUISE - 42 Warren Terr -Jan. B.W.- Drill Team 2- Lyrics 3,4- Cantori 
3,4-Chorus 1,2- NHS 3,4- Masacksic 3,4, Ads Editor 4- Les Chanteuses 2- Keyettes 2- 
L,uidance Aid 2- District Chorus 3,4, All States Chorus, 4-Daisy-Weed 4- Class Council. 4- 
Ski Club 2- "Of Thee I Sing" 2- Class Play 4- AFS 2,3 pg. 39. 

CIOTA, MICHAEL JOHN - 70 King Philip Dr.- J .. Hunt- Wrestling 2- Track 3- Ping-Pong 
Intramurals 1- Ski Club 2. Pg. 39. 

CLAY JEANN1E MARIE - 87 Crestview Circle- pg. 53. 

CLUTE, CAROLYN ANNE - 60 Silver Birch Rd.-Keyettes 2,3,4- Leader's Club 2.3.4-A.F.S. 

2.3.4- NHS. 3,4-Soccer 3- Track 1,2,4- Ski Team 1,2,3,4, Capt. 4- Daisy-Weed 4-Senior Play - 
4. pg. 43. 

COGAN, ELIZABETH J. - 322 Wolf Swamp Rd.-Beth. Liz-French Club 2- AFS. 2-Drill Team 
2,3-Keyettes 3,4, Board Member 4- Class Council 4. pg. 46. 

COHAN, TODD - 121 Willowbrook Rd.-Hellcat- Baseball 1- Soccer 1- Spanish Club 2. pg 
28. 

COHEN, JONATHAN - 32 Wild Grove Ln.-Jon- Wrestling 1,2.3- pg. 47. 

COHEN, LAUREN BETH - 26 Sherwood Dr.- Laune- Gymnastics 1.2- Cheerleading 3- 
Keyettes 1,2,3,4- Class Council 2,4,- Class Play 4- Daisy-Weed 4. pg. 57. 

COHEN, MARK ROBERT - 41 Berkeley Dr.- Rocky, Doofy- Wrestling 1 Once and Future 
Idiots Comedy Revue 3,4- "Of Thee I Sing" 2- "Of Mice and Men 4- One Flew Over the 
Cuckoo's Nest" 2,3- Variety 77, 3- Concert Chorus 3- Senior Class Play 4- Men s Chorus 1,2- 
Broadway 3,4- Drama Club 2,3- pg. 53. 

COLEMAN, JEFFREY - 44 Fernleaf Ave- AFS I- Jet Jotter 2- NHS 3.4 pg 23. 

COLLARO, WAYNE R. - 8 Metacomet Rd - Wrestling 1- Scuba Diving Club 1 pg. 55 

COLLENTRO, JOSEPH SCOTT - 979 Frank Smith Rd.-Okie- Football 1.4- Baseball 1.2.3,4- 
N.H.S. 3,4- Mu Alpha Theta 3.4- Key Club 4- Class Council 1.4. pg. 54. 

CONNELL, SUSAN MARY - 86 Blueberry Hill Rd.-Ugly- AFS. 1,2- Track 1,2- Keyettes 
2,3,4-Board 3- Masacksic 1,2,3,4, Senior Editor 4- Class Play 4- Class Council 4. pg. 49. 

CONNOR, SUSAN - 44 Falmouth Rd.-Schultzy- Soccer 3,4- Track 2,3- Lacrosse Club 4- Ski 
Team 2,3,4- Class Council 3,4. pg. 51. 

CROSBY, PETER ROBERT 341 Farmington Rd -Coon- pg 45 

CRUZ, ANNALIZA - Meadowlark Dr.- Class Council 1,2,3.4- Basketball 1.4- Daisy-Weed 4 
pg. 22. 

CRUZ, DONNA - 04 Meadowlark Dr.- pg. 47. 

CUMMINGS, CAROLYN - 19 Chandler Ave- C.C.- Field 1 lot key 2.3.4- Basketball 2- Sailing 
1.2- A.F.S. 1,4- Daisy-Weed 4- Jet Jotter 2,3,4 Sports Editor 4- Outlet 3- Outing Club 1 ; loinl 
Committee 4- Class Council 3,4- JR. Achievement 1 pg. 34. 

CURRIER, ELIZABETH ANNE - 126 Morningside Dr. -Betsy- AFS 1,2 3 Girl's < horus 1- 
Concert Chorus 2,3- Lyrics 4- Les Chanteuses - |el lotlei 2- Business Manager 3 Features 
Editor 4- Outlet 2- French Club 2.3.4- Drill Team 2- Of Thee I Shir ^ Nils i i World 
Affairs 3- Daisy-Weed 4-Senior Play 4. pg 4o 



Senior (.lass flay 4- p. 13. 


CURTIS, ADAM - 55 Primrose Rd - Latin Club 2,3- NHS 3.4- pg. 55. 




BURCER, PETER FREDERICK- 68 Drury Lane- Burgy- Wrestling 1,2,3,4- Skiing 2,3,4- 






Soccer 1,3-Baseball 1,2,3,4- Key Club 2,3,4- Class Council 3,4- NHS 4- Leaders Club 3,4- 


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Senior Paper Editor 4- Italian Club 4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 46. 


DANNAY, JEFFREY A. - 2e3 Burbank Rd - Chess Club 2 3 Capt 2 Math Team 3 4 




BURNETT, SALLY ANN - 99 Knollwood Drive- Field Hockey 1,2.3.4- Basketball Manager 3- 


Intramural Basketball 4- Intramural Bowling 1,3,4- N.H.S. 4 pg lc 


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DARDEN, LEIGH 

DAVIDSON, LOR1 A. • 71 Glenbrook Ln - Tcnni- Team 2- Class Council 3,4- Kcyettcs 3,4- 
Daisy-Weed 4- Senior Class Play 4 pg. 30 

DAWSON, MARK - 156 Hazardville Rd.-Daw,- Hockey 1,2.4- Class Council 4- Soccer 1. pg. 
39. 

DAWSON, NANCY PATRICIA - 2o Elmwood Ave- Intramural tennis 1.2- Cheerleading 
1,2- Track 1,2- Jr. Achievement 1- Class Council 3,4- Keyettes 2,3.4 Treasurer 4- Guidance Aid 
2- Daisy-Weed 4- Intramural Basketball 4- Leaders Club 3,4- Senior Class Play 4. pg. 33. 

DEMASSIN1, LINDA - 59 Prynnwood Rd- Class Council 4- Daisy-Weed 4- A.F.S. 1,2-Ski 
Club 4- Senior Class Play 4. pg. 55 

DEFELICE, DEBBIE - 249 Redfern Dr. -Red-Class Council 3,4- Daisy-Weed 4. pg. 37 

DEL GRECO, JANICE - 29 Revere Rd.-Butt- Class Council 3- Cuidance Aide 2- Daisy-Weed 
4. pg. 17 

DENNING, LISA MARIE - o Roseland Terr.- Sailing Club 1-A.F.S. 3,4- Ski Club 3,4- Outing 
Club 3 pg. 43. 

DITMAR, JON - 240 Meadowlark Dr -Dit. Shroon-Soccer 1,2.3- Hockey 1.2.3.4- Lacrosse 

1.2.3- Leader's Club 2,3- pg 52 

D1TOMASSI, MARK - lie Normandy Rd.-Dit- Football 1- Tennis 1,2,3.4- Basketball 3,4- 
Leader s Club 2,3,4. pg. 44. 

DOHERTY, HOLLY ANNE - t.7 Blueberry Hill Rd -Holly Marie- Drill Team 2- A.F.S. 3- 
Spanish Club 3- Outing Club 3- Ski Club 4- Library Aide 1- Girls Chorus 1. pg. 20. 

DOLAN, PAUL - 61 Fairfield Terrace-P.D.. Fred MacMurray- Wrestling 1,2,3- Baseball 1,2- 
Leaders Club 2,3- Class Council 3,4- Senior Class Play 4- pg 23 

DONNER, LAURA BETH - 37 Sylvan Place- Field Hockey 1,2- Softball 1- Track & Field 

2.3.4- Mini-Course Committee 1,2- Concert Band 1,2,3- Secretary 2,3- Treasurer 2,3- Future 
Nurses 4- Regional Advisory Board 3,4- Class Council 4- Joint Committee 4- National Honor 
Society J.*- Secretary 4- Open Door Monitor Chairman 4- Daisy-Weed 4- Class Play 4 pg 
15 

DRAYMORE, LORI - 72 Tecumseh Dr.- Softball 1,2,3,4- Soccer 4- Cheerleaders 1,2,3- NHS 
4-Yearbook 3,4- Leaders 3-Daisy-Weed 4- Class Council 3,4. pg. 4o. 

DUROCHER, RICHARD - o2 Knollwood Dr.- Stan- Basketball 1- Baseball 1- Hockey 2,3.4 
captain 4-Golf 2,3,4. pg. 42. 

DZWILEWSKI, ANNE MARIE - 338 Maple Rd- Anne- AFS. 1- Track 1,2- Daisy-Weed 4- 
Senior Class Play 4- Art Club 4- pg. 23. 



EDELMAN, ROBIN - 8 Wildflc 



Lane- Spanish Club 3. pg. 42. 



ELLIOTT, SCOTT - 57 Arcadia St.- Sco-pi- Jet Jotter 2,3.4- Features Editor 4- Sailing Club 
1,2,3.4- As Schools Match Wits 2.3.4- pg. 21. 

ELLSWORTH, PETER C. - 152 Morningside Dr -Pells, Tamen- NHS. 3.4- Band 1- Wind 
Ensemble 4. pg. 22. 

EPSTEIN, MARJORIE ELLEN - 52 Wilkin Dr -Margie- Band 1,2,3,4- Guidance Aid 1.2,3,4- 
Class Play 4- A.F.S 1,2 pg 14 

EVANS, LORI - 141 Bel-Air Dr.- Jet Jotter 2,3,4 Sports Editor 4- Class Council- Leader's Club 
3- Keyettes 2,3,4 Board Member 3,4- World Affairs Club- Outlet, pg. 51. 

EVERS, RICHARD- 827 Frank Smith Rd -Sven-Soccer 4-Y.F.U. 4-pg 57 



FAIRWEATHER, RICHARD - 7o5 Franksmith Rd- Swimming 2,3,4- pg 54 

FEIN, DAVID BRENT - 108 Pleasantview Ave - Dave- Band 1,2,3,4- A.V. 1,2,3,4- Swim Team 
3,4- TV. 2,3,4- L.H.S. TV News 4 pg 57. 

FEIN, ROBIN - 108 Pleasantview Ave - Rob- Chorus 1,2.3- Lyrics 4- Outlet 1- A.F.S. 2.3,4- 
T.V. Studio 4- LHS T.V. News 4 Supervisor, pg. 15 

FEIN, SARA ELIZABETH - 224 Longmeadow St.- Soccer 3,4 Cap! 4- Lacrosse 3,4 Capt. 4- Jet 
Jotter 3- Daisy-Weed 4- Senior Class Play 4- Class Council 1.2,3.4 Vice-President 4- Ski Club 

1- Leader's Club 3- Regional Advisory Council 3- Joint Committee 4. pg. 34. 

FERRERO, KERRY - 143 Greenacre Ave - Biz- Class Council 2,3,4- Daisy Weed 4- NHS. 3.4- 
Vice-President 4- Swim Team 1- Track 1,2,3,4- Guidance Aide 2- Intramural Tennis 2,3- 
Senior Class Play 4. pg. 31 

FINCH, NANCY JEANNE - 70 Dover Rd- French Club 4- AFS 1,2,3,4 secretary 3- Keyettes 

2- Drama Club 1,2- Orchestra 1,2,3,4- Bicentennial Play 2- Senior Play 4- NHS 3,4 secretary 4- 
Daisy-Weed 4- p. 18 

FINCH, STEVEN CHRISTOPHER - 70 Dover Rd - Slwen- Football 1,2,4- Cross Country 3- 
Basketball 1- Track 1,2,3,4- Class Council 3.4- NHS 3.4- Outing Club 1- p 43. 

FISK, TIMOTHY N. - 33 Harwich Rd. -Tim-Football 1- Band 1,2,3,4- Track 1,2,- Swim Team 
1,2,3,4- Class Council 4- Scuba Diving Club 2,3- Daisy -Weed Cheerleader 4. p. 29 

HTZPATRICK, STACY MAHAR - 84 Lawrence Dr -Fitzy- Spanish Club 3- p 17. 

FLEMING, MARTIN DANIEL- 11 Ha/elwood Ave. -Marty- Soccer 1.2- Key Club 1.2,3 p. 22 

FLINT, HILARY S1AS - 00 Westmoreland Ave -Hil- AFS 1,2- Keyettes 2,3,4- District 
President 4- Class Council 3,4- NHS 4- Daisy-Weed 4- Leader s Club 3 p. 51 

FOLEY, JOHN MICHAEL-8 Westmoreland Ave.-Foles-Football 4- NHS 4- AFS 1,2- Class 
Council 4- Swim Team 1- Ski Club 4- Senior Class Play 4 p. 52. 



FOLEY, KATHRYN ANN - 69 Chiswick St -Foles-Band 1,2-Wind Ensemble 3,4- Track 1,2,4- 
Soccer 3-AFS 1- Orchestra 3,4- Ski Club 1,2,3-Daisy-Weed 4-Senior Class Play 4. p. 27. 

FORNEY, CYNTHIA M. - 44 Farmington Ave.-Cindy-Cheerleader 1- Class Council 4 p. 32 

FORTIER, MICHAEL - 24 Field Rd.-Frenchie-Hockey 1,2,3,4- Golf 3,4-Key Club 1.2-Soccer 
1,2-Baseball 1- p. 17. 

FRANK, DANA WILLIAM - 54 Sterling Rd.-Concert Band 1,2-Latin Club 2-Wind Ensemble 
3.4. p. 29. 

FRIBERG, CAROLYN SUE - 20 Ellington St.-Fri-AFS 1,2.3-Drill Team 2-French Club 2- 
Daisy-Weed 4-Class Council 4-Senior Class Play 4-NHS 4-Newsletter 4- "Of Thee I Sing" 3- 
p. 32. 

FRIBERG, LISA - 20 Ellington St -Fri2-AFS 1,2,3-NHS 4. p. 31 

FRITZ, MICHAEL P. - 63 Brookwood Dr.-Fntzie-Wrestling 1,2-Baseball 1,2,3,4. p 37 

FULLER, JOHN H. - 217 Hopkins Place-Chico-Soccer 1-Hockey 1-Sailing 1.2.3,4-Captain 4- 
Wrestling 2,3-Outing Club 1-Band 1-Library Aide 2. p. 20. 

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GENTES, DANA - 21 Eastland Rd. -Dane-Band 1,2-Orchestra 3,4-Pep Band 3,4-Wind Ensem- 
ble 3.4-Jester's 4-JA 2- Senior Class Play 4-Track 4-AV 4. p. 47. 

GEORCIADES, ANCELA MARIA - 30 Willowbrook Rd.-Ceorge-Class Council 1.2,3.4- 
Soccer 1,2-Ski Club 1,2,3,4-p. 57. 

GIBSON, MARK - p. 35 

GILES, MARGARET - 237 Longmeadow St-French Club 1,2-p. 22. 

GILL, MARY ELIZABETH - 690 Longmeadow St. -Fish-Ski Team 1,2.3,4- Leader s Club 2- 
Class Council 1,2,3,4-Daisy-Weed 4-Keyettes 2,3-Lacrosse 4. p. 35. 

GONNELLI, MARK 

GONZALEZ, VILMA ANGELA - 104 Longmeadow St.-Speedy-Softball 1 p. 38 

GOODMAN, GARY - 131 Viscount Rd. -Goody-Key Club 1,2,3,4 VP 4- Wrestling 1,2,3,4- 
Soccer 1,2,3-Baseball 1-Class Council 1,3,4-World Affairs Club 4. p. 33. 

GRACEY, CATHERINE FAYE - 21 Wildwood Glen-Kit-AFS 1,2,3,4-Treas. 4 World Affairs 
Club 3,4-Lacrosse 1,3,4-Masacksic 3-Editor-in-Chief 4-Class Council 4- Cheerleader 1,2- 
Daisy-Weed 4-French Club 3,4-NHS 3,4-Art Club 4-Senior Class Play 4-B and CC p. 48 

GRAYBOFF, PAMELA JANE - 50 Viscount Rd.-Boff-Tennis 1,2,3,4-Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 
Class Council 2,3,4-Leaders Club 2,3,4-Daisy-Weed 4-Senior Class Play 4. p. 42. 

GREENBERG, DANIEL - 50 Magnolia Circle-Wrestling 3-Track 3,4-Outing Club 3,4 p. 
16. 

GREENBERG, LYNNE - 21o Bel-Air Dr. -Jet Jotter 2,3,4-Orchestra 1,2,3,4-NHS 3,4-Class 
Council 4-French Club 3-Keyettes 3-Daisy-Weed 4- Ski Club 1,2,3,4-Senior Class Play 4. p. 
54. 

GREENE, RICHARD- pg 30 

GREENSPAN, CAROLYN - 29 Pinewood Dr.-Gypsy-Masacksic 3. Sports Editor 4-World 
Affairs Club 4-Keyettes 3- Class Council 3,4-NHS 3,4-Senior Class Play 4 p 31 

GRIFFIN, ROBERT ARNOLD - 92 Deepwoods Dr.- Grif-Swimming 1,2,3,4 Captain 4-Soccer 
1- Jet Jotter 2,3 p. 15 

GR1PPIN, LEA - 80 Kenmore Dr -Bobbie- "Of Thee I Sing" 2. p. 37. 

GUILBAULT, TAMI - p. 56 

GUSTAFSON, BRYAN CHARLES - 105 Nevins Ave.-Cus- Jet Jotter 3,4 Editor-in-Chief 4- 
A.V 1,2-Wrestling 1-Band 1,2-NHS 4-Leaders Club 2. pg. 13. 

CUTERMANN, PETER ALLEN - 32 Homecrest St.-Gutes-Soccer 1,2,3,4 Captain 4- Hockey 
1,2,3,4 Captain 4- Baseball 1,2,3.4- Key Club 1,2,3,4, 2nd VP 4- Class Council 3,4- NHS 3,4- 
Mass Boy's State Leader's Club 2- Senior Class Play 4. pg. 48. 

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HAASE, MARK - 349 Merriweather Drive- Concert Band 1,2,3- Wind Ensemble 4- Chess 
Club 1,2- Intramural Bowling 1- p. 19. 

HACKEL, HEIMO- 22 Wheelmeadow Lane- Basketball 4- AFS 4 

HALON, MARK T. - 28 Rugby Rd.-p. 58. 

HARAMUT, STEVE - 17 Glenwood Circle- Mutt- Gymnastics- Band- Football- p. 34. 

HARRIS, DEBORAH SUE - 48 Wimbleton Drive- Debbie-Field Hockey 1,2,3.4- Softball 
1.2.3,4- Gymnastics 1- Wrestling manager 2,3,4- Class Council 4- Ski Club 2- Leaders 2,3- 
Daisy-Weed 4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 36 

HASKINS, MARSHA ANN - 179 Birch Rd- Girls Chorus 1- Concert Chorus 2,3,4- Of Thee 
I Sing" 1-Senior Class Play 4. 

HASTINGS, MARGARET ROSE - 97 Riverview Ave -Maicie- Track 1- p. 30 

HAVRILLA, GEORGE - 63 Duxbury Lane- p 18 

HEENAN, ELLEN - 95 Ellington St.- Ell- Soccer 2- Class Council 1,4- Track 4- Daisy-Weed 4- 
Senior Class Play 4-p. 55. 

HENSHAW, WILLIAM- 759 Williams St.- Bill- Scuba Club 1.2- p 13. 

HICKL1NC, JOANNE LOUISE- 3t>3 Pinewood Drive- Hicky- Swim Team 1,2- Class Council 



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3.4- Daisy-Weed 4- Keyettes 4- Senior Class Play -I p 21 

HICG1NBOTHAM, KIMBERLY 305 Maple Rd 

HOCHBERC, STEVEN LEWIS- 7o Blokland Drive- Steve- Key Club 1,2.3,4 Football 1,2.3 
Baseball 1,2,3,4- Wind Ensemble 1,2,3,4- Class Council 4- Jesters 2.3,1- p 21 

HOFFMAN, MATHEW - 41 Longmeadow St.- Football 1,2,3,4- p. 49. 

HOFFMAN, MICHELE - 341 WolfSwamp Rd.- Spanish Club 3.4- Girls Chorus 3- Concerl 
Chorus 4- p. 18 

HOLLABAUCH, KAREN RUTH - 29 Longfellow Drive- Latin Club 1- Outlet 1.2- Art Club 
4- AFS 3,4- Guidance Aide 1- p. 5o. 

HOLMAN, GARY DAVID - 75 Brookwood Drive- Holmes- Soccer 1- Class Council 2,3,4- 
Gymnastics 1,2,3,4- Seniot Class Council 4- p. 37. 

HOUGH, RICHARD - 119 Prynwood Drive- p S8. 

HOWARD, TARA KATHLEEN - 92 Hazelwood Ave.- Wind Ensemble 1,2,3,4- Orchestra 
1,2,3- French Club 1,2,3,4- AFS 4- Mu Alpha Theta 1- NHS 3,4- Sailing Club 3,4- Woodwind 
Quintet 1,2- p. 34. 

HUBLEY, BETSY ELLEN - 71 Cedar Rd - Gymnastics 2,3- Track 1,2,3,4- Leaders 3- Keyettcs 
2- Class Council 1,2,4- Daisy-Weed 4- Senior Class Play 4- p. S7. 

HULL, BRIAN - 18 Viscount Rd- Football 1,2,3,4- 

HUTCHINSON, CECILIA GAY - 75 Northfield Rd.- Field Hockey 2,3,4- Basketball 2,3,4- 
Softball 2.3,4-Class Council 4- Ski Club 1- Leaders Club 2- Daisy Weeds 4- Senior Class Play- 
p. 52. 

HYMAN, GARY PHILIP - 41 Bel-Air Dr.- Basketball 1,2,3,4- Baseball 1.2.3,4- Student 
Council 2,3,4-N.H.S. 4- Leaders Club 2- Senior Class Play 4-Wind Ensemble 1,2,3,4- Senioi 
Newsletter 4- p. 38. 

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IENNACO, FRANK A. - Inverness Lane - Cisco- Football 4- 
INGLHOFER, LINDA - 70 Canterbury Lane- Track 3- Senior Class Play 4- p. 37. 

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JACOBSON, GLENN - 115 Converse St.-Shakes-p. 55 

JAGODOWSK1, SUSAN - 40 West Rd.- Jag- Track 3,4- Spanish Club 4- AFS 1,2- Class 
Council 4- Senior Class Play 4- Drill Team 2- p. 37. 

JANIK, ANDREW PAUL - 2S Villa St.- AJ- Baseball 1- Soccer 1.2.3,4- Hockey 1,2.3,4- Key 
Club 2,3- p. 36 

JANOVSKY, CAROL LESLIE - 57 Maplewood St.- Orchestra 1.2.3,4- AFS 1- Drama Club 2- 
French Club 3,4- Daisy-Weed 4- Senior Class Play 4- Masacksic 4- NHS 3.4- p. 2o 

JARVIS, ANTHONY - 27 Maple Terrace-p 16 

JASKOT, GALE - 29 Crescent Road- Keyettes 2- p. 52 

JOHNSON, CYNTHIA MARIE - 33 Woodland Rd- Cindy- Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 Co. Captain 
4- Basketball 1,2,3,4 Co. Capt. 4- Softball 1,2,3,4- Class Council 2,3,4- Keyettes 2- NHS 3,4- 
Leaders 3- Senior Class Play 4- p. 21. 

JONES, ROBERT MATTNER - 220 Prynnwood Rd- Basketball 1,2- Football 1,2,3,4 Captain 
4- Lacrosse 1,2,3,4 Captain 4- Usher 3- Leaders 1,2- p. 19. 



KANE, CAROLYN - 27e Kcnmore Drive- p. 43. 

KANNAVOS, THAMY - 376 Frank Smith Rd.- Class Council 4- Leadcis 3- Spanish Club 4- 
Riding Club 1- NHS 4 - Daisy-Weed 4- Senior Class Play 4- p 39. 

KATSOUNAKIS, NICK - 43 Elizabeth Circle - Football 1,2,3,4- Baseball 1- 

KATZ, RUTH - 30 Glenbrook Lane- AFS 1,2- Class Council 4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 28 

KAZIN, CRAIG A. - 31 Fairfield Terrace- Rim-Man- Tiack 1,2,3,4- Football 2,3,4- Leaders 
2.3,4- NHS 4- p. 28. 

KELLEHER, KAREN MARIE - 25e Captain Rd - p 58 

KELLEY, WILLIAM C. - 36 Knollwood Drive- Bill- p. 56, 

KENLER, ELIZABETH JANE - oO Greenwood Drive- Lisa- Tennis 1,2,3,4- Keyettes 2.3,4- 
Class Council 3,4- Outlet 1- Daisy-Weed 4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 44 

KIDA, GAYLE FRANCES - 537 Maple Rd - Art Club 4- p 46 

KILLEEN, ANNE - 168 Concord Rd- p. 37. 

KLEIN, DEBORAH LYNNE - 41 Oak Rd - Debbie- Keyettes 2.3- Class Coun.il 3,4- Masack- 
sic 4- Daisy-Weed 4- Senioi Class Play 4- p. 33. 

KLEIN, LAURIE - p. 38 

KNIGHT, JEFFREY CHAPMAN- 134 Knollwood Drive- Soccei 1- Tennis 1,2,3.4- Basketball 
1,2.3- p. 27 

KNIGHTS, DEBBIE - 258 Wolf Swamp Rd - p So 

KN1SELY, JOHN ANDREW - 7 Duxbuiy Lane- Class Council 1,2,3,4- Wrestling 1,2,3,4 
Lacrosse 1,2,3,4- Football 1,2,3,4- NHS 4- Leaders 2.3- p. 32. 

KOCHANOWSKI, MATTHEW - 139 Warren Terrace- Coach 



KOSSOY, TERRY ANN - 9oRedfern [)n.. Field Hockey 1.2.3.4 Softball 1,; 
tics 1- Basketball 2- Class Council 4- Newsletter 4- Leaders 2.3,4- p 14 

KOUNDOURAKIS, STEVEN - 44 Inverness Lan. Steve Baseball 1 Football 1.2 

KRIENER, MARY FLLEN 1211 Williams St Spanish Club 3- Daisy Weed 4 p 18 

KRAFT, SONYA - 6 Tecumseh Dr- p 55 

KUSIAK, KIMBERLEE 56 Churchill St.- Kim- Keyettes 3- NHS 3.4,- Field Hockey 1- Soccei 
2,3,4- Track 1,2,- Basketball 2,3,4- Class Council 1,3.4- p 32 



LAFRANCE, SCOTT - 154 Williams St Tennis 1 2,3.4- Gymnastics 1 2 lei lotti 
French Club 1- p 23 

LAUSHWAY, KARIN ELAINE - 121 Hawthorn si Laush- Comet Chorus 2- Lyrics 3,4- 

Keyettes 2- Office Aide 2,3- Guidance Aide 1,2,- p 53 

LAVENGOOD, TRACY - 134 Wenonah Rd - Orchestra 1,2,3,4- Concerl C hums 2,3 I Ol 
Thee I Sing" 2- AFS 4- p S3 

LAW, EDWIN - 79 Wildwood Glen Rd- p 15. 

LAWRENCE, JANET - 18 Maple Rd - p. 13 

LAWSON. I Al'RA ANN- 44 Brookside Dt One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest 3- Concerl 

Chorus 3 -p. 15 

LEAVITT, LISA SUSAN - 249 Lynwood Di U-avittwoman- Keyettes 2 3,4 Daisy Weeds 4- 
Class Council 3,4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 57. 

LEAVITT, ROBERT PHILLIP - 100 CRcscent Rd - Leav - Baseball 1,2,3,4- Football 1,2,3,4- 
Divmg 3- Wind Ensemble 1,2.3,4- NHS 3,4- Key Club 2,3,4- Class Council 1,2,3.4-1 cadet - 3- 

P 23. 

LEDUC, KIM MARIE - 34 Pincwood Drive- Field Hockey 23 4 Basketball 2 4 Softball 
1,2,3,4- Class Council 4- p. 43. 

LENDRY, DAVID - 2o5 Merriweathei Dr.- p. 32 

LEVEILLEE, BRAD ALLEN - 75 Colton Place- Soccer 1.2- p. 2c 

LLOYD REES, DAVID - 28 Coventry Lane p 54 

LUCIER, CHRISTOPHER -53 Forest Glen Rd - Luce- Football 1,2- Gymnastics 1.2- Lacrosse 

1.2- Ski Team 4- Key Club 1,2,3- p. 49 

LUND, KENNETH - 20 Roseland Terrace- Kenny- Diving 1,2- AFS 3 p 45 

LUNDY, GEOFFREY ALAN - 40 Brooks Rd - Geoff- NHS 3.4- Ski Club 2- Of Thee I Sing 
3 Senior Class Play 4- Pit Orchestra 2.3.4- Mass All-Slate Orchestra 4- Band 2 3 4- Orchestra 
1.2,3,4- 

IUNDY, MARK - 40 Brooks Rd- Sk. Club 2- Concert Band 1- Wind Ensemble 2.3,4- 
Oichcstro 12 3 4 Of Thee I Sing - 3 French Horn Quartet 3,4- Biass Choii 3- Jazz-Rock 
Band 4- NHS 3,4- p. 27. 

LYONS, WILLIAM 1. JR. 443 Bliss Rd Bill Basketball 1.2.3- Football 1,2.3.4- Baseball 
1.2.3.4- Key Club 2,3.4- Class Council 3.4 Vice President 3- NHS 4- Leadcis 2,3,4- Senioi Class 
Play - p. 20 

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MACKLER, PAMELA SADIE - 108 Lawrence Di - Pam- Checrleading 1.2- Ski Club l 2 I 
Leaders 3- Class Council 1,2,3- Senior Class Play- p. 2c. 

MacMARTIN, JEFFREY WILLIAM - 4 Hawthorn St - Mac- p. 14 

MacMARTIN, JOHN BATCHELDER - 4 Hawthorn St.- Juan- p. 16 

MAGNANI, MARGARET MARY - 24 Maple Ten - Peggy- Outing Club 1,2.3,4- Ski Club 

2.3- Scuba Club 3- p. 30 

MALLOY, GARTH ARIN 32 Williams Ct p 56 

MALONEY, TIMOTHY GEORGE - 985 longmeadow Si Tim- Wrestling I Football 3.4- 
Track 3,4- Senior Class Play 4- Leaders 2,3,4- Class Council 4- Chess club 1 p 21 

MARCOULLIER, PATRICIA MARY - 58" Laurel Si - Patti- Track 1,2 3,4- Class Council 4- 
Senior Class Play 4- Jr. Achievement 1,2- p 19 

MARKELL, CYNTHIA ANN - 194 Lawrence Di - Merk- Field Hockey 2- C heerleading 1 2 I 
Track 1,2,3,4 Capt. 4- Masacksic 4- Class Council 3 4- Keyettes 2- Daisy-Weed 4- Oullel 4 
Leaders 3,4- Ski Club 2- Senior Class Play 4- p, 17, 

MARKOULAKIS, VIVIAN CHRISTINA - 415 Frank Smith Rd Viv- Ski Club 3 Keyettes 
3- Leaders 3- Class Council 4- NHS 4- Senioi Class Play 4 Guidance Aide 3- p 4" 

MARKSON, LAWRENCE - 29 Colony Acres Rd.- Larry- Jet Jotter 3 Editoi inChiel A Nils 

3.4- Chess Club 1,2,3- p. 27. 

MARR, DAVID WILLIAM - 78 Belleclaire Ave - Ait- Lacrosse 1 2 4 Soccei 1.3 Swimming 
1- p. 46. 

MASLOW, LESTER WILLIAM - 214 Lynnwood Di les- rrack > I Soccei 4- p 54 

MATHUR, AVIN - 73 Woodland Rd - Drama Club 2 

MCCARTHY, CAROL ANN - 14o Silver Birch Rd - p 15 

MCCAULEY, DENNIS - 297 Farmington Rd -Drama Club 1.2.3.4-p lc 

MCGARRY, CHRISTINE JANE - 13o3 Longmeadow si Chris Daisy-Weed 4 SeniorClass 
Play 4- p 47 



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MCNALLY, FRANCIS JOSEPH - 37 Birnie Rd- Buzzard- Cross Country 2,3,4- Track 2,3,4- 
Key Club 1,2,3,4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 28 

MEADE, WILLIAM RANDALL - 184 Blueberry Hill Rd.- Lacrosse 1- Soccer 1,2,3,4- Hockey 
1,2,3,4- Class Council 2,3 President 4- Key Club 2,3,4- NHS 4- p. 26. 

MEUNIER, DENISE LOUISE - 301 Wolf Swamp Rd- Outing Club 1,2,3,4- Ski Club 2,3- 
Scuba Club 3- p. 56. 

MICHAL1K, MARSHA - 217 Laurel St - p S3 

M1CKELSON, MARY - 97 Greenacre Ave- Mickey- "Once and Future Idiots" 4- Senior 
Class Play 4- p. 22. 

MICUCCI, JANINE LOUISE - 204 Wolf Swamp Rd- McCooch- Class Council 3,4- Masack- 
sic 3,4 Editor 4- Daisy-Weed 4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 55. 

MILLAS, STEPHEN - 123 Whitmun Rd- Mill- Football 1,3.4- Basketball 1,2- Key Club 2,3,4- 
Class Council 3,4- Leaders 3,4- p. 36. 

MILLER, ROBERT JOSEPH - 150 Blueberry Hill Rd- Milar- Football 1,2,3,4- Lacrosse 1,2,3 
Capt. 4- Class Council 1,2,3,4- Key Club 1,2,3.4- Daisy Weed Coach- Usher 3- Senior Class 
Play- p. 47. 

MILSTEIN, SHELLEY HELENE - 68 Kenmore Drive- Shell- p. 21 

MOREHARDT, BRUCE CLARK - 100 Ellington Rd - Ferd- p. 14 

MOSFR, TOM - 105 Whitmun Rd - Tomos- Wrestling 1,2- Band 1,2- Intramural Bowling 

2.3- p. 55. 

MURPHY, GERALD - Laurel St - p. 57 

MURPHY, MOIRA JOAN - 625 Laurel St.- Murph- Swimming 1,2,3,4 Co. Capt. 3-Lacrosse 
3,4 Co. Capt. 4- Keyettes 3,4 President 4- AFS 4- Class Council 1,2,3,4- Daisy-Weed 4- Senior 
Class Play- p. 51. 

MUSSICH, GISELLE - 69 Colton Place- Track 2- Chorus 2- p. 58. 

MYERS, JEFF ALAN - 91 Chiswick St - Masacksic 1,4- Gymnastics 4- Swimming 2- Jesters 

3.4- Band 1,2,3,4- p. 53. 



NASSAR, NICOLE - 23 Greenwich Rd.- Class Council 3,4- p. 45 

NAVAZIO, MICHAEL F. - 21 East Greenwich Rd- Mike- Football 1- Outing Club 1- Scuba 
Club 1- Key Club 2- Ski Team 1,2,3,4- Jesters 3,4- NHS 3,4- 

NEVILLE, MAUREEN ANN - 37 Arcadia St.- Maura- Swim Team 1,2,3- Ski Team Manager 
2,3- Daisy-Weed 4- Class Council 4- Keyettes 3- Senior Class Play 4- p. 30. 

NICHOLS, ELLEN MARIE - 84 Benedict Terr.- Smallchange- AFS 1,2,3,4- Drill Team 3- 
Outing Club 1,2,3,4- Jr. Achievement 1,2- Girls Chorus 1- Concert Chorus 2,3,4- Library Aide 
1- Class Council 4- Senior Class Play 4- Ski Club 4- p. 35. 

NICHOLS, JOHN DRAKE JR. - 145 Belleclaire Ave- Jay- Soccer 1,2,3,4 Co. Capt. 4- Ski 
Team 2,3,4- Track 3,4- Leaders 2,3,4- p. 18. 

NOLET, STEPHEN C. - 90 Wimbleton Dr.- Frito- Concert Band 1- Wind Ensemble 2,3,4- Ski 
Club 2- Golf Team 2- NHS 3,4- Jr. Ach. 2- p. 17. 

NORTON, KENNETH - 21 Ashford Rd- Norts- Football 1- Wrestling 2- p. 58. 

NOV1TT, REGINA LOUISE - 32 Elmwood Ave - Gina- Outing Club 1- Ski Club 1- Keyettes 
3- Track 2- p. 31. 

-O- 

O'CONNOR, JACK - 97 Farmington Ave- Stokey- Soccer 1,2,3- Tennis 1,2,3- Leaders 2,3- p. 
55 

O'CONNELL, CYNTHIA ANN - 31 Sylvan Place- Alice- Class Council 4- Masacksic 3,4 
Advertising Editor 4- Joint Committee 4- Drill Team 2,3- French Club 2- AFS 2- Riding Club 
1- Daisy-Weed 4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 36. 

O'NEIL, MARGARET JANE - 169 Greenacre Ave - p. 19. 

-P- 

PALEY, JONATHAN EDWARD - 90 Knollwood Circle- Pales- Baseball 1,2,3,4- Hockey 
1,2,3- Soccer 1,2,3- p 15 

PANTO, SARA GRAHAM - 114 Williams St.- Pantolini- Swim Team 1.2,3,4- Drill Team 2- 
Daisy-Weed 4- Class Council 4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 45 

PAUL1DES, ROBERT - 160 Concord Rd- Bob- Soccer 1,2,3,4- Tennis 1,2,3,4- p. 28 

PAYNE, ANGELA - 117 Greenmeadow Dr.- p. 54. 

PEARL, MARC L. - 160 Birch Rd- Jughead- Basketball 3,4- Track 3- Leaders 3,4- Baseball 4- 
p 58 

PERREAULT, CRAIG R. - 91 Hopkins Place- Soccer 1,2- Track 2,3- Cross Country 3- Ski 
Club 2- p. 53. 

PETLOCK, STEVEN - 257 Captain Rd- AV 1,2,3.4- TV 2,3,4- "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's 
Nest" 3- "Wizard of Oz" 3- Senior Class Play 4- p. 35. 

PETRUCC1, FREDERICK WILLIAM III. - 58 Emerson Rd- Fred- Swim Team 2.3,4- Scuba 
Club 1,2,3- Library Club 1,2,3- Radio Club 1- p. 42. 

PHANEUF, DAWN - 118 Hopkins Place- Fanuff- Softball 2- Soccer 2,3,4- Track 4- Daisy- 
Weed 4- Jr. Ach. 1- Senior Class Play 4- p. 33. 

PH1LBIN, ELLEN KRISTIN - 172 Viscount Rd.- Smelly- Class Council 1,2,3,4- Daisy-Weed 



4- Cheerleading 1,2- Masacksic 2, Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4- Senior Class Play 4- Usher at 
Prom and Graduation 3- Leaders Club 3,4- B and CC p. 49. 

PRYBYLO, FAITH - 109 Forest Glen Rd- Girls Chorus 1- Concert Chorus 2,3- Lyrics 4- "Of 
Thee I Sing" 2- "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" 3- Student Council 2,3,4- NHS 4- Senior 
Class Play Director 4- Drill Team 2- p. 23. 

-Q- 

QUINN, JAMES T. - 30 Englewood Rd- Quinny- Football 2,3,4- Hockey 1,2,3,4- Baseball 1,2- 
Golf Team 3,4- Class Council 2,3,4- Spanish Club 2,3- p 13. 



RAKER, ANDREW MARK - 192 Pinewood Dr.- Andy- Scuba Club 2- Wrestling 1- p. 57. 

RAPPAPORT, SHERI - p. 42 

RED1FER, TERRI LYNNE - 46 Robin Rd - Red- Band 1,2- p. 26. 

REZNEK, JENNIE - 270 Hopkins Place- AFS 4- Of Mice and Men 4- Art Club 4- p. 14 

RICHARDSON, PAMELA ANN - 72 Crescent Rd.- Pam- Chorus 1,2- Lyrics 3,4- AFS 2- 
French Club 2- p. 29. 

RILEY, PETER - 1101 Williams St.- Jet Jotter 3,4- NHS 3,4- Tennis Team 1,2,3,4- Class 
Council 1,2,4- Joint Committee 1,2- p. 33. 

R1NALDI, DONNA MARIE - 175 Meadowlark Dr.- NHS 4- Class Council 4- p. 20. 

RIVK1N, BETH ADRIENNE - 340 Frank Smith Rd. - Riff- Library Aide 1- Leaders 2,3- 
Keyettes 1,2,3- Class Council 4- p. 53. 

ROBINSON, BETSY GAIL - 120 Wilkin Dr.- Ski Club 1,2,3,4- Soccer Club 2- Spanish Club 
3- Senior Class Play 4- p. 43. 

ROBINSON, DORIS MARIE - 90 Wenonah Dr.- Dee- NHS 3,4- Daisy-Weed 4- Outlet 4- 
Basketball 2,3 Co. Capt. 3- AFS 4- Guidance Aide 1,2,3,4- Jr. Ach. 2- Leaders 3- p. 16. 

ROOKE, CHRISTINE S. - 143 Farmington Ave- Rookie- Cheerleading 1,2- Girls Chorus 1- 
Concert Chorus 2- Lyrics 2,3- Class Council 2,3,4- World Affairs Club 4- "Of Thee I Sing" 3- 
Senior Class Play 4- NHS 3,4- Ski Club 4- p. 54. 

ROSENBLOOM, BETH ANN - 45 White Oaks Dr.- Betsy- French Club 2- AFS 2- Jet Jotter 
2,3,4- World Affairs Club 3,4- NHS 3,4- Art Club 4- p. 48. 

ROSOL, MICHAEL - 77 Briarcliff Rd- Mike- Track 2,3,4- Scuba Club 1,2,3,4- Band 1,2,3,4- 
Jesters 1,2,3,4- AFS 1- p. 37. 

ROSSITER, ROBFRT - 183 Concord Rd- Bob- Track 2,3,4- Intramural Basketball- p. 15. 

RUBIN, MICHELLE ANNE - 348 Merriweather Dr.- Mickey- AFS 3,4- Concert Chorus 
1,2,3,4- Outing Club 3- Senior Class Play 4- p. 20. 

RUBINSTEIN, JAY - 140 Bel-Air Dr.- Swim Team 1,2,3,4- Tennis Team 3- NHS 4- Class 
Council 4- Spanish Club 4- Senior Class Play- p. 16. 

RYAN, DAVID FRANCIS - 19 Northfield Rd.- p. 45 

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SABA, NAFIE A. - 697 Laurel St.- Naf- Class Council 4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 14 

SABIN, ELIZABETH - 58 Maple Rd.- Betsy- Guidance Aide 1-, 2- Girls Chorus 2- p. 21. 

SACENTI, MICHAEL RICHARD - 121 Bliss Rd.- Scuba Club 1- Football 3,4- Outing Club 1- 
Ski Club 1,2- Track 3,4- Lacrosse 1,2- p. 22. 

SACERDOTE, DAVID ZACHAR1AH - 21 Elm Ave.- Sas- Riflery 2- TV. 3,4- Art Club 4- 

SACKS, GREGORY - 26 Cobble Stone Rd - 

SALVAS, GERARD - p. 18 

SANDOW, ROBERT ALAN - 177 Yarmouth St.- Bob- Lacrosse 1- p. 15. 

SCHNITZER, PAULA - 23 Woodlawn Place- Schnitz- Soccer 2,3,4 Co. Capt 2- Lacrosse 1,2,4- 
Class Council 1,2,3,4 President 1- Joint Committee 2,3,4- Student Advisory Council 4- NHS 
3,4- Leaders 2,3- Masacksic 3 Copy Editor 4- Senior Class Play Producer 4- p. 13. 

SCHUBE, SUZANNE - 16 Pleasantview Ave.-Suzy, Scooby-Chorus 1-Lyrics 2,3,4- Mass. All 
State 2,3,4-District Chorus 2,3,4-Class Play 4. p. 52. 

SEAMAN, ALISON JEAN - 119 Nevins Ave-Semo-Lacrosse 1,2,3,4-Class Play 4-Class Coun- 
cil 4. p. 34 

SEMEL, LISA ANN - 51 Colony Acres Rd.-Smell-Cheerleading 1,2,3,4-Class Council 3,4- 
Class Play 4-NHS 3,4. p. 27. 

SHEEHAN, ROBERT D. - 190 Nevins Ave. -Bob-Band 1-Baseball 1-p 31 

SHEEHAN, WILLIAM JOSEPH - 78 Hilltop Rd -Beeshee-Debating Team 1,2,4-Soccer 
1,2,3,4-NHS 3,4-Jet Jotter 3. News Editor 4-A.V. Aide 1-Library Aide 2-J.A. 2. p. 44. 

SHERMAN, JEFFREY - 140 Ellington St.-Sperman-Key Club 3-Class Council 2,3,4-Baseball 
1-Lacrosse 2,3,4-Football 2,3.4 p. 34 

SHERMAN, ROBERTA - 54 Crescent Rd.-Bert-Masacksic 3,4-AFS 4-Class Council 3,4. p. 35. 

SHRIVER, JOAN - 896 Longmeadow St -Basketball 2,3,4-Tennis 1,2,-Softball 3-Yearbook 
1,2,3. p. 33. 

SHUTTLEWORTH, INGRID KR1STINA - 63 Warwick St -Ingi, Grid-Sailing Team 3,4- 
German Club 1,2,3,4-Art Club 4-Chess Club 2-Library Aide 1,2-AFS 3,4-JA 2,3,4-Band 1,2,3,4- 
Ski Club 1,2. p. 58. 



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SILVERMAN, ELLEN CAROL • 55 Woodside Terr -Keyettes 1-Guidance Aide 1.2.3.4-Li- 
brary Aide 1,2.4-Spanish Club 2,3,4-NHS 3.4-Senior Class Play 4 p. 36 

SIMMONS, SUZANNE MARIE • 272 Captain Rd -Sue-Cheerleading 1,2.3-Class Council 
2,3,4-Masacksic 4-Leaders Club 3-Usher at Prom and Graduation 3-Keyelles 1-Senior Class 
Play 4- p. 55. 

SKOLE, LINDA SUSAN - 148 Lynnwood Dr. -Gymnastics 1,2,3 Capt. 4-Class Council 4- 
Senior Class Play 4-NHS 4. p. 30. 

SLADE, MARK SCOTT - 108 Redfern Dr -Intramural Sports 1.2,3,4-Chess Club 2-Debate 
Club 2-NHS 3,4-Key Club 2-Athletic Trainer 2,3-Bascball 2-Class Council 3,4-Senior News- 
letter Editor 4-Class Play 4-Joint Committee 4. p. 31. 

SLATER, JOD1 - 88 Redfern Dr. -Keyettes 1,2,3,4-Tennis 2-Class Council 1,2,3,4-NHS 3,4- 
Outlet 1-Daisy-Weed 4. p. 51 



VATRANO, GREGORY ANTHONY - S Cranwell Lane- Greg- Baseball 1,2,3,4- Soccer 3,4- 
Hockey 2,4- Band 1,2,3- p. 17 

VECCHIARELLI, MICHELE - 19 Fenwood Rd.- Micky- Soccer Club 2- Drill Team 2,3- Track 
2- Daisy-Weed 4- p 28 

VEDDER, PETER WILLIAM - 152 Avondale Rd - Veds- Football 1- Math Team 2.3,4- Debate 
Team 3- Jet Jotter 3,4- Band 1,2,3.4- Science Club 1- As Schools Match Wits 2,3,4- p. 22. 

VE1TENHEIMER, ANNICE - 104 Benedict Terrace- p 52 

VINCUNAS, KENNETH P. - 246 Captain Rd.- Kenny- Hockey 1,2,3,4- Soccer 2,3,4- Baseball 
1- Class Council 1.2,3,4- Tennis 3,4- Newspaper 4- NHS 3.4- Ski Club 3.4- p. 36. 



SLAVKIN, STEVEN DAVID - 162 Meadowlark Dr. -Slab, Steve-Tennis 1-Baseball 2-Joint 
Committee 4-Class Council 3,4-Daisy-Wecd Cheerleader-lntramurals 1.2,3-Athletic Trainer 
2,3,4-Class Play 4. p. 44. 

SMITH, DEBORAH LEE - 172 Greenacre Ave. -Debbie-Track 1-Chorus 1-Cheerleader 1,2,3,4 
Co-Capt. 4-Outlet 1-Class Council 2,3,4-Leader's Club 3-Daisy-Weed 4-Senior Class Play 4 p. 
19. 

SMITH, MATTHEW P. - 45 Pinewood Dr.-Smitty-Football 1,2,3,4-Key Club 1,2,3,4-Basket- 
ball 1.2,3,4-Lacrosse 1,2.3,4-Wind Ensemble 1,2,3.4-NHS 3.4-Leader's Club 1,2.3,4 p. 30 

SMITH, PATRICIA JEAN - 41 Northfield Rd. -Patty-Class Council 3,4-Field Hockey 2- 
Leader's Club 3-Daisy-Weed 4-Senior Class Play 4. p. 18 

SMITH, STEPHEN - 213 Wolf Swamp Rd.-Smitty-Key Club 3-Concert Band 1,2-Wind 
Ensemble 3,4-Ski Club 2. p. 57. 

SNYDER, RICHARD - 105 Dunsany Rd.-Rich-Band 1,2,3,4-Orchestra 4-NHS 3,4-JA 2- 
Tennis 3,4. p. 46. 

SOLOMON, LAURIE ELLEN - 165 Viscount Rd. -Track 1-Cheerleader 1,2-Keyettes 2,3,4- 
Class Council 3,4- Daisy-Weed 4-Senior Class Play 4-NHS 4 p. 54. 

SPRINGETT, MICHAEL - 50 Bellclaire Ave. -Spring-Soccer 1,2,3. p. 35. 

SPR1NGETT, NANCY - 50 Belleclaire Ave.-Class Council 3,4-Daisy-Weed 4-NHS 3,4. p. 38 

STEARNS, JUDITH ANNE - 67 Maplewood St.-Judy-Ski Club 1,3,4-Drill Team 2,3-' One 
Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" Make-up 3- Daisy-Weed 4. p. 29. 

STEVENS, EDWARD NORRIS - 289 Converse St. -Ted-Band 1,2-AFS 2-Library Aide 1,2,3.4 
p. 42. 

STURGIS, ALISON LOUISE - 74 Riverview Ave.-Ali-Cheerleader 1,2,3,4 Co-Capt 3. Capt 4- 
Masacksic 3,4 Editor 4-Class Council 1,2,3.4 Pres. 1-NHS 4-Leader's Club 3.4-Graduation 
Marshal 3-Intramurat Tennis 1. p. 34. 

SULLIVAN, WILLIAM M. JR. - 112 Grassy Gutter Rd.-Sully-Swimming 1,2,3,4-JA 1,2,3,4 p 
56. 

SUTTON, VICTORIA ANNE - 145 Willowbrook Rd.-Sutt-Intramural Volleyball 3-AFS 3- 
Daisy-Weed 4-Intramural Basketball 4-Band 1,2,3 Wind Ensemble 4. 

SWAN, JENNIFER ANN - 99 Oxford Rd.-Swannee-Gymnastics 1,2-Tennis 1,2,3,4-Class 
Council 1,2,3,4 VP 1,2-Keyettes 1,2,3-Masacksic 4-Daisy-Weed 4-Leaders Club 3,4-NHS 3,4 
p. 36. 



TANGUAY, CHRISTINE - 1228 Longmeadow St.-Chrisiess. Popeye-Track 1-Lacrosse 2. p. 
39. 

TARIFF, ROBERT - 217 Lynnwood Dr. -Bobby T-Track 3 

TATE, MICHAEL E. - 60 Drury Ln.-p. 16. 

TEBOUL, ISABELLE - 38 Field Rd.-YFU Student 

TEICH, DONALD - 94 Hawthorne St.-Don-Wind Ensemble 2,3,4-Pep Band 2,3, 4-Band 1. p. 
32 

TEREE, LAURA - 9 Overbrook Ln.-Treeface, Olive Tree-Class Council 1,2,3-Ski Club 1,2- 
Keyettes 3,4 VP 4- Senior Class Play 4- Leaders Club 3-Basketbail 2-Spanish Club 2 VP 2- 
Intramural Basketball 4-Newspaper 1,2-Daisy-Weed 4. 

THOMAS, WAYNE - 129 Warren Terr -Rifle Team 1,2,3,4 

THOMPSON, KAREN - 626 Laurel St.-AFS 1,2-Masacksic 1,2-Keyettes 2.3-p. 20 

TOBER, LISA - 215 Hazardville Rd.-Tobes-Ski Team 1,2,3-Daisy-Weed 4-Spanish Club 4 p. 
29. 

TOMKO, JOHN JAMES III - 9 Green Willow Dr.-Football 1,2,3,4-Track 2,3,4 Capt 4-NHS 
3,4 Pres 4-Leaders Club 2,4-Class Council 3,4 p. 26. 

TORPEY, BRIAN 

TOUGAS, JEFFREY - 16 Glen Brook Lane- Big T- Sports Announcer- Class Council 1,2,3,4- 
p 3S 



WALKER, SANDRA ELLEN - 98 Coventry Lane- Sandy- Swim Team 1- Girls Chorus 1- 
Lyrics 2,3,4- District Chorus 4- Class Council Secretary 1,2,3,4- Keyettes 3- Masacksic 4- NHS 
4- Usher 3- Senior Class Play 4- Daisy-Weed 4- Ski Club 4- p. 19. 

WALSH, WILLIAM J. - 45 Kenmore Dr.- Bill- Football 1- Lacrosse 1,2- German Club 2,3,4- p 
34 

WARDLAW, STACY KAY - 131 Benedict Terr- Ferd- Keyettes 2,3- Track 2,3- Class Council 
4- p. 47. 

WASS, ROBERTA - 39 Converse St - Bert- AFS 2,3,4- Outing Club 3- Riding Club 1- p. 
13. 

WEINBERG, ADAM HOWARD - 69 South Park Ave- Stretch- Track 3,4- Basketball 4- 
Newspaper 4- Intramurals Basketball 2,3,4- p. 13. 

WEINBERG, ANDREW BRIAN - 21e Blueberry Hill Rd - Stud- Football 1,2- Skiing 1,2- 
Track 1,2- Drama Club 1,2- Vocal Groups 1,2,3,4- Class Council 1,2,3,4- Spanish Club 1,2- 
Senior Class Play - p. 43. 

WELCH, FRANCIS - 216 Franklin Rd.- Dutch- Skiing 1,2- Bowling 2- p. 13 

WERNICK, HOPE ELLEN - 28 Briarcliff Rd- Sambo- Swim Team 1,2,3,4 Capt. 4 Western 
Mass. All Star 4- Lacrosse Capt 3,4- Leaders 3- Class Council 2,3,4- NHS 3.4- Ski Team 2- 
Daisy-Weed 4- Boys Swim Team Coach 3,4- p. 42. 

WESTON, JOHN - Concord Rd- p. 45 

WHITE, MELANIE CANDACE - 190 Kenmore Dr - Suds- Track 1,2.3- Soccer 2,3- Masacksic 
2- Cheerleading 1,2- Softball 4- Leaders 2,3- Riding Club 1- Class Council 2,3,4- Daisy-Weed 
4- p. 38. 

WILLIAMS, JUDITH VICTORIA - 75 Prynnwood Dr.- Dith- Soccer 2.3- Masacksic 2- Class 
Council 4- Daisy-Weed 4- p. 48. 

W1LOCHKA, KATHERINE LOUISE - 258 Brookwood Dr.- Kathy- French Club 1.2- AFS 
2,3,4 Secret. 3, Vice-Pres. 4- Ski Club 1,2- Jet Jotter 4- Class Council 4- Daisy-Weed4- p. 23. 

W1NNIMAN, STEVEN - 42 Primrose Dr.- Band 1,2- Debate Team 2,3- As Schools Match 
Wits, 3,4- Sailing Club 2- J.A. 2,3,4- Chess Club 2,3- p. 33. 

WOLF, WENDY - 21 Colony Acres Rd- Outlet 1- Latin Club 1,2- AFS 4- Daisy-Weed 4- p 
27. 

WOOD, STEPHEN MARSHALL - 80 Morningside Dr.- Woody- Football 1,2,3,4 Capt. 4- Ski 
Team 1,2,3,4 Capt. 4- Tennis Team 1,2,3,4- Key Club 2,3,4- Class Council 4- Class Marshall 3- 
Daisy-Weed Coach 4- p. 48. 

WOODS, DAVID O'BRIEN - 112 Longview Dr.- Byron- Soccer 1,2,3,4- Skiing 1,2,3- Track 
3,4- Lacrosse 1- Key Club 2,3,4- Class Council 4- Library Aide 1,2- p. 31 

WOODS, PATRICIA - 17 Andover Rd- Patty-AFS 3,4- p. 28 

WORTH, MITCHELL - 348 Green Hill Rd - Fuwutits- Newspaper 4- p 4e 

WRONA, CHARLES MARTIN II - 312 Ardsley Rd- Chaz- Football 1,2- Wrestling 1- 
Lacrosse 1,2,3,4- Class Council 4- Ski Team 3- Key Club 1,2,3,4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 38. 



YOUNG, TYLER FENELON - 734 Longmeadow St - Tystick- p. 48. 



ZACARIAN, ELIZABETH ANN - 154 Colony Rd - Bunny- Ski Team 1.2,4- Sailing Club 3.4- 
Band 1,2,3,4- Class Council 1,2,3,4 Pres. 3- NHS 4- World Affairs Club 4- "Of Thee I Sing' 2- 
Daisy-Weed 4- Senior Class Play 4- p. 47. 

ZUCKERMAN, JOEL B. - 97 Tecumseh Dr.- Zeb- Class Council 4- Ski Club 2.3,4- Baseball 1 
Wrestling 1- Senior Class Play 4- p. 26. 



TRACHTENBERC, FAY R. - 120 White Oak Dr.- Field Hockey 1,2,3,4 Capt. 3- Keyettes 1,2,3- 
Outlet 1,2- World Affairs Club 3,4- Daisy-Weed 4- Class Council 1,2,3,4- Leaders 3- p. 39 

TRANCHESE, CARLA - 59 Barbara Lane- 

TRZCINSKI, JULIE R. - 41 Benedict Terr.- Jules- Cheerleading 1- Class Council 2- p 17 



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The life of a serf is comprised of many 
different stages — each of which aids this 
member of the kingdom in his ascent up the 
ladder of success. When the serf reaches a 
certain level in his life, he is promoted to the 
staff working in the castle. After leaving the 
outlying fields of the kingdom and entering 
the principle abode, a new servant is able to 
discover some of the many freedoms and re- 
sponsibilities which lie in wait. Each year the 
servant is rewarded for his diligence and pro- 
moted to a higher level, 
also gaining a deserved 
elevation of status. The 
first of the four years 
spent in the castle is de- 
voted to becoming ac- 
customed to the routine 
and in becoming in- 
volved in the opportuni- 
ties available. The fol- 
lowing year, the lowly 
serf is made a castle ser- 
vant and given even 
more responsibility and 
opportunities for in- 
volvement. Third year is 
indeed a turning point 
in the life of the serf — 
an apprenticeship is 
awarded to all those who 
succeed. With this new 
role the apprentice is 
able to aquire the 
knowledge and skills 
necessary for advance- 
ment to the next stage — 
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JUNIORS 




Junior year is an interesting mixture of surprises, 
joys, anxieties, and changing roles of responsibil- 
ities. The excitement of joining the ranks of "up- 
perclassmen" makes juniors more aware of them- 
selves, and gives them the confidence to assert 
themselves to fulfill all their desires and dreams. 
Although most students find that their junior year 
is the most challenging academically, this challenge 
is met courageously. Socially juniors come alive as 
they devote more and more time to developing 
meaningful friendships, and concentrating on im- 
portant activities. The junior year is a time to ex- 
plore limitless possibilities in and out of school, 
which adds up to an exciting, prosperous year. 

President John Wass, Vice President Nick White, Secretary Jan Gracey, 
Treasurer Diane Cowles. Junior Class Council ROW 1: C. McKeon, J. 
Gracey, J. Riss, K. Robbins, S. Waldo, C. Fortier, M. Curtis, L. Schwartz, 
P. Shear, N. Riker, N. Hesen, D. Cowles, D. Glacier, D. Facey ROW 2: E. 
Beauchamp, K. Kavanaugh, J. Queen, D. Rommell, S. Riggs, K. Muller, 
B. Sokol, G. Robertson, S. O'Toole, S. Tripp ROW 3: M.J. Grippo, A. 
Cox, L. Jensen, A. Ecchio, J. Slate, H. Ludwig, M.B. Tortorici, K. Rapa- 
lus, D. Evans, S. Winer, K. Shine ROW 4: T. Hoyt, K. Ilgovsky, A. 
Simon, K. Carey, A. Sullivan, R. Lepow, L. Guild, N. White, S. War- 
shaw, M. Sullivan, G. Goodman, J. Roma, D. Cohen, M. Gold, J. McMa- 
hon, M. Morris, H. Davidson, D. Caron, P. Stewart, A. Savich, M 
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SOPHOMORES 



President Scott Zucker, Vice President Dean Ap- 
pleman, Secretary Peggy Creed, Treasurer Becky 
Woods. Sophomore Class Council: ROW 1: B. 
Crosby, A. Philbin, K. Simmons, B. Rubin, M. 
LaMarre, D. Hannigan, B. Moomjian, M. Rich, A. 
Sands, J. Dooley, D. McGuinness, L. Stebbins, S. 
Reed ROW 2: E. Cain, P. Venti, M. Beauchamp, P. 
Orenstein, E. Bettigole, L. Cohen, M. Wernick, A. 
Grant, M. Sears, K. Paige, A. Duclos, L. Athas, K. 
Yaffee ROW 3: L. Roberts, M. Asseo, K. LeDuc, S. 
Bonasoni, L. Elliot, J. Staples, M. Seagul, K. Pad- 
water, L. Poppo, L. Novello, L. Schiffman, J. Riley, 
C. Gurkie, T. Collentro, D. Tooker, V. Kimball, L. 
Briggs, L. Griffin, D. Trachtenberg, S. Bader, R. 
Carlson ROW 4: D. Weiss, B. Jones, P. Schoenberg, 
A. Chabot, D. Schupack, S. Leavitt, T. Weston, E. 
Shammash, S. Burnett, R. Wood, K. Riley, A. 
Kenler, D. Shapiro, D. Soloman, B. Sherman, S. 
Krasner, M. Contos, A. Secondo, S. Hotaling, A. 
Bazil, J. Chambers, J. Smith, B. Caron, D. Pratt,. 



No longer freshmen, but not yet upperclassmen, sophomores are assigned 
the difficult task of struggling to keep their identity in a year that most 
people tend to forget is there. Sometimes lost in the depths of high school 
life, the sophomore is often alone in his struggle, torn by conflicting emo- 
tions. It is a year of establishing goals and values, of not only accepting 
responsibility, but reaching for it and taking it on. The final products of the 
sophomores' struggle can be seen in the unique accomplishments of many of 
the members of the class of 1980. This years class has shown an ability to face 
their problems head-on, with determination and hard work; gaining knowl- 
edge about themselves, the school, and the direction they are heading 
toward in solving these problems. 





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FRESHMEN 

Freshman year- 
certainly one of the 
most difficult, con- 
fusing years in the 
life of a student. 
New faces and sub- 
jects, a new school, 
and the amazingly 
large upperclassmen 
combine to perplex 
and plague the 
freshmen. For most 
students the first 
year in high school 
provides fantastic 
opportunities for 
getting involved in 
classes, clubs, sports, 
and with new peo- 
ple. Activities and 
experiences lie in 
wait for the fresh- 
men to explore and 
conquer. A small 
part in many frosh 
longs for the securi- 
ty and the carefree 
days of an eighth grader. For with the 
commencement of high school, the stu- 
dent is taking the first real steps toward 
the future. They may be tentative 
shaky steps, but they eventually devel- 
op into a steady gallop as the student 
waves goodbye to childhood and ac- 
cepts the duties, responsibilities, and 
the higher level of maturity that comes 
with being a freshman. 

President Terry Ditmar, Vice-President Scott Hanson, Secre- 
tary Carol Tomko, Treasurer Tom Creed. Freshman Class 
Council: ROW 1: A. Feldman, M. Gerstein, K. Stenstom, A. 
Smith, K. Curtis, K. Gianelly, K. King, L. Lawson, K. Pen- 
nington, N. Fuller, A. Theocles, D. Deslauriers, M. Marxson 
ROW 2: R. Brandwein, P. Baskin, J.B. Lyon, D. Henshaw, M. 
Cohen, L. Snyder, S. Spitzer, M. Lucier, L. Piccard, J. Rapalus, 
J. Kumiega, G. Paige, 1. Dasko, B. Regan, A. Brown, E. David- 
son, K. Kinsley, L. Spitz, P. Leibman ROW 3: S. Ravosa, L. 
Pano, C. Ransom, K. Briggs, A. Mattocks, D. Murphy, J. 
Rinaldi, K. Murphy, L. Crosby, B. Roth, K. Griffin, P. Rat- 
kowsky, D. Robertson, L. Cummings, J. Carey, J. Grippo, K. 
Katz, V. Finestein, S. Grasso, A. Weisman, E. Freedman, F. 
Skoler 




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There are elusive creatures living in the 
kingdom who can usually be seen loping 
around the castle, leading nobles and serfs alike 
on wild chases in search of knowledge. The 
creatures are most often in the form of fire- 
spewing dragons, but occasionally disguise 
themselves in various manners. These dragons 
are admired by all who live in the kingdom for 
they always strive to complete their goals even 
through great adversity. There are many fields 
in which these walking infernos demonstrate 

special propensity, from 
illustration techniques 
to basic Mendelian ra- 
tios. Some specialize in 
plotting new hunts upon 
which to led devotees of 
dragon-slaying, others 
opt for more subtle 
methods of aiding the 
citizens of the castle, 
sometimes just by being 
there when needed. One 
never knows when a serf 
or noble will meet up 
with one of these crea- 
tures, it could be at an 
activity planned for 
after the dragon-slaying 
day, or on the jousting 
field, for all members of 
the kingdom find the 
various forms of enter- 
tainment relaxing and 
enjoyable. The dragons 
found in the kingdom of 
Longmeadow are a spe- 
cial breed — filled with 
dedication and enthusi- 
asm for achieving their 
objectives. 



87 



I. A. Teixeira 2. J. Climo 3. D. Kane 4. G. 
Jensen 5. E. Craver 6. F. Simanski 7. H. 
Patten 8. E. Rosenberg (former Student 
Advisor) 9. K. Thwing 10. J. McGilvay 

II. J. Low 12. D. Reed 13. L. Noblet 14. I. 
Beachman 15. M. Berry 16. D. Bonsall 17. 
M. Derby 18. J. Dwyer 19. P. Goodman 
20. C. Grasso 21. J. Lawrence 22. E. Na- 
kos 23. H. Panto 24. D. Perreault 25. M. 
Webster 26. P. Pratt 27. J. Hurowitz 28. S. 
Morner 29. B. Katz 30. A. Benson 31. 
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1. M. Michelson 2. G. O'Sullivan 3. R. D'Agostino 4. M. Baird 5. D. 
Williams 6. M. Deary 7. B. Young 8. F. Gironda 9. M. Oltchick 10. L. 
Segur 11. J. Gregory 12. R. Fil 13. J. Simon 14. M. Harris 15. N. 
Darsch 



Mrs. Segur was happy to see that so many girls were 
taking advantage of the Aquatic Program this year. 




"The art department is fun, exciting and gives the stu- 
dents an opportunity to specialize in things they enjoy." 
"There are lots of very talented people in the art hallway, 
producing fantastic work. The teachers are excellent-very 
knowledgable in their fields, enthusiastic and supportive of 
the students. Faculties are good, the whole atmosphere is 
creative and a necessary part of our school." 
1. E. Broderick 2. S. Feeney 3. B. Laub 4. J. Ebeling 5. R. Katz 6. G. 
Blakeborough 7. N. Hart 8. G. Williams 9. R. Kuselias 10. A. Jangl 11. S. 
Anderson 12. G. Lamarre 13. S. Toepfer 14. W. Burkle 15. P. Thomsen 16. 
M. Baird 





Mrs. Ellis says two of her main 
goals as a teacher are to influence 
students to "read with understand- 
ing" and to write a "clear, under- 
standable paragraph." She also 
added, "As I look back on my high 
school experience, I recall one won- 
derful English teacher who taught 
me to love literature and who 
showed me that a woman can be 
accomplished and independant." 

1. P. Vangsness 2. A. Ellis 3. P. Lynch 4. R. 
Santos 5. J. Winseck 6. R. Quinn 7. R. Mc- 
Kenna 8. J. Bowler 9. F. Simanski 10. L. 
Blake 11. M. Gelinas 12. R. Delano 13. S. 
Ursprung 



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"Experience is a hard teacher because 

she gives the test first, the lessons 

afterwards." 

Vernon Law 

One student comments, "The science 
teachers, in general, are very 
demanding on the students." 



1. P. Miller 2. J. Goodwin 3. R. Merritt 4. J. 

Hooper 5. H. North 6. D. Slate 7. L. Sarno 8. R. 

Suzor 9. R. Morissette 10. R. Strempek 11. G. 

Griffin 12. E. Pratt 13. W. Blanchard 14. C. 

Mannheim 15. M. Ferrier 




1. R. LeBlanc 2. S. Broderick 3. N. Eaton 4. A. Lynch 5. B. Schlerman 6. W. 
Kirkpatrick 7. D. Ladd 8. O. Lopes 9. J. Pincus 10. E. Dolgin 11. M. Grant 12. C 
Satta 



"The English curriculum at LHS is well-rounded and 
prepares the college-bound student for future needs." 






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One student comments on taking a language, "It's a good way 
to expand not only our knowledge of the language, but also of 
the culture." 



"When you're through learning, you're through. 











Mr. Nesbitt, in a tribute to the Math Department, stat- 
ed, "The attitudes, goals and achievements of the math- 
ematics teachers clearly reveal that math at LHS is not 
simply a matter of memorizing multiplication tables 
and geometry theorems." 

1. R. Ness 2. W. Ahern 3. K. Woods 4. C. Resnick 5. C. Konopka 6. R. 
Greenwood 7. G. Griffin 8. W. Gatchell 9. A. Gorfin 10. A. Wiley 11. T. 
Nesbitt 12. L. Pestridge 13. D. Stockwell 14. C. Stephens 





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An important part of the kingdom is the recrea- 
tion the inhabitants pursue in their free time. As 
the members of the community are a competitive 
people, many like to engage in sporting events to 
test their athletic prowess. The Lancers, as they 
are called, are a spirited crowd, and at most of the 
contests multitudes of supporters can be seen. The 
castle sportsmen compete with rivals from neigh- 
boring kingdoms, and take great pride in beating 
them whenever possible. As the talents within the 
castle are many and varied, the inhabitants par- 
ticipate in a full complement of games. Although 
jousting is a bit down from last year, no other 
games are lacking in popularity. 




LANCERS FINE 
FINALE! 

With all the finesse of those knights of old, 

the Lancers charged to victory this season, 

once again making the people of Longmeadow 

proud to be "Lancer born and Lancer bred." At 

the end of the 1977 season, the football team 

had a record of 8-2 on the field, and was 

second in the Suburban League. 

The team boasted a very strong defensive 

line, proven by the fact that the first three 

games were shut-outs. Seniors Nick 

Katsounakis and Rob Carey, both picked as 

All-Western Mass players, led the defense, 

which was considered the strongest part of 

this year's team. 

Although not as strong as the defense, the 

offense also held its own during the season. 

Senior Bob Jones and sophomore Richard 

Wood both maintained good running records, 

with Jones becoming the leading scorer in 

Division II, often running over 100 yards a 

game. Other notable passers and runners were 

seniors John Tomko and Rob Carey, and 

juniors Pete Kumiega (All-Western Mass) and 

Rob Leary. 

Without doubt, the Lancers' finest moment 

this season came at the Homecoming game, 

when the Longmeadow team "slaughtered" the 

East Longmeadow Spartans for the first time 

in seven years. The final score was 21-7, with 

Bobby Jones making all three touchdowns. 

"Our success this year may be attributed to 

the basic requirements of a great team: 

excellent coaching, abundance of talent, and 

teamwork; but the real reason we were 

successful was that we enjoyed the game, and 

everyone gave all he could to the team effort." 

1. Another touchdown for the glorious Lancers! 2. Tackle 

Craig Kazin shows jubilation after the East Longmeadow 

game. 3. Junior quarterback Peter Kumeiga looks for a 

receiver as the Lancer offense holds the opposition back. 4. 

Carrying the ball here for the Lancers is senior Bobby 

Jones, who carried the ball for 70% of the team's running 

plays. 5. Varsity Football team-, L. to R., Row 1: R. Carey, 

J. Sherman, B. Lyons, S. Finch, J. Quinn, J. Tomko, A. 

Axler, B. Jones, S. Wood, J. Knisley, T. Maloney, B. 

Woods, S. Millas, R. Leavitt, N. Katsounakis. Row 2: J. 

Caron, P. Kumiega, D. Yesu, M. Sacenti, J. Foley, P. 

Loizzo, J. Henrikson, J. Demarche, D. Boyd, S. 

Koundarakis, R. Leary, D. Mech, C. Kazin. Row 3: 

Manager K. Zinnack, R. Merullo, D. O'Connell, D. Tick, 

J. Nutter, D. Abdow, R. Wood, D. White, P. Loizzo, J. 

Wrona, C. Dennis, P. Climo. Row 4: K. Quinn, J. Dillon, 

S. Pistrich, B. Nichols, T. Burke, Coaches Deary, Kane, 

Serafini. Row 5: M. Hoffman, Trainer D. Appleman, B. 

Miller, Manager P. Kruczynski. Missing: K. Riordan, J. 

Fletcher, B. Nichols, S. Callentro, 6. East Longmeadow 

needed more than 49 seconds to alter the score in their 

favor! 7. Senior John Tomko pushing with might in the 

game we won 41-7 against Ludlow High. 




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Northampton 
South Hadley 

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Minnechaug 
Holyoke Catholic 

Amherst 

West Springfield 

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The 1977 Lancer Soccer season was the most 
successful of recent Lancer history. Under the 
direction of Coach Ron Morisette and 
assistants Bob "Bullet" Delano and Charlie 
Johnson, the team was guided to the Western 
Mass Division II crown with an impressive 
11-4 record. Hustle and determinatio were key 
factors in the winning season, and the team 
worked hard under Coach Morisette's 
philosophy of "Whether we win or lose, I 
want everyone to say that they did their best 
towards the team effort." The Lancers agreed 
that spectator support added a lot to the teams' 
morale as they faced some tough competition, 
as well as foul weather conditions. The team 
started off a little slow against perennial 
Division I powers Ludlow, West Springfield, 
and Cathedral. After an unexpected loss to 
Agawam, the Lancers turned things around 
with a record of 8-0-1 for the remaining 9 
games. These included strong wins over 
Chicopee Comp, Classical, and Minnechaug. 

continued on pg. 110 



1. Picking up even more yardage is Bobby Jones, who 
during the season ran 221 times for 956 yards. 2. With the 
unsolicited help of the J.V. Cheerleaders, the crowd roars 
on. 3. Freshman Football Team- L. to R., Row 1: B. 
Leveiller, J. Deters, J. Goodman, J. Roth, T. Landis, D. 
Gulli, P. Miller, P. Lucas. Row 2: S. Secondo, T. Murray, 
B. Fritz, J. Grippo, J. Dawson, M. DeMarche, D. Brown, 
D. Dineen, P. Baskin, C. Gustafson, D. Henshaw. Row 3: 
B. Kipperman, R. Mouchantaut, J. Kay, J. Fitzpatrick, D. 
Garvin, E. Johnson, C. Burger, P. Destephano, M. Black, F. 
Wason, D. Yesu, M. Burns, P. Beauchamp, Coach Harris. 
4. Sophomore Richard Wood-who made the Suburban All- 
League team- trying to gain yardage for the Lancers. 5. 
All-Western Mass Lancer Peter Kumiega showing what led 
to an average of 40 yards punting during the season. 6. 
Get that ball through! 7. Freshman Soccer team- L. to R., 
Row 1: T. Doyle, M. Cohen, D. Figgie, J.B. Lyon, D. 
Cowles, R. Haase, M. Waxman. Row 2: R. Sisitsky, P. 
Peters, E. Hano, P. Heger, H. Remple, S. Hanson, J. 
Carroll, J. Novello, B. Inglehoffer. Row 3: Manager T. 
Creed, E. Freedman, R. Coburn, J. Solomon, M. Fontaine, 
P. Ratkowski, T. Ditmar, L. Rosenbaum, J. Vinick, D. 
Thomas, Coach Mike McCarthy. 7. J.V. Soccer team- L. to 
R., Row 1: S. Burnett, D. Sherman, E. Siegel, D. 
Appleman, P. Navazio, B. Rowe. Row 2: D. Fisk, N. 
Psaltis, D. Shapiro, S. Damon, B. Okun, B. Ferrara, B. 
Dodge. Row 3: T. Finch, B. Baldwin, D. Soloman, S. 
Margolis, A. Maslow, A. Chabot, G. Goodman, D. Webler, 
J. Chambers, T. Weston, J. Wright. Missing: Manager J. 
Cameron, Manager T. Finch, G. Hastie, T. Little, J. Smith, 
Coach Roger LeBlanc. 



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109 



LANCERS GO 
FOR GOALS 



"Rockin" Rob Paulides was the leading 

scorer, with starters Bill Meade, Peter 

Gutermann, and Colin Harrington adding 

further strength to the team. Forwards Ken 

Vincunas, Brooke Paulides, John Deliso, and 

Ed Harney added extra depth and scoring 

power, while halfbacks Gregg Vatrano, Mike 

Hurwitz, and Lester Maslow were important to 

both offense and defense. The European style 

of Richard Evers, combined with the tough 

tactics of Jay Nichols, Andy Janik, and Bobby 

Snyder helped make our defense one of the 

strongest in Western Mass. Goalie John Wass 

proved invaluable as he made many 

outstanding saves in the net. But perhaps the 

greatest single factor contributing to the 

Lancer success was their ability to combine 

diverse talents and work together into one, 

most effective team. 

1. That's using your head, Rob! 2. Junior Mike Hurwitz 

shows his soccer ability as he heads downfield with the 

ball. 3. Senior fullback Peter Gutermann tries to maintain 

possession of the ball in a game against West Side. 4. 

Goalie John Wass shows some of the talent he used 

throughout the season to keep the Lancers winning. 5. 

Greg Vatrano pauses here for some quick refreshment. 6. 

Coaches Morissette and Delano going over some game 

strategies during the half. 7. Back Jay Nichols squares off 

with East Longmeadow's #10 in an attempt to keep the 

ball in Lancer control. 8. Rich Evers displays some more 

fancy footwork in keeping with the Lancer tradition of 

"giving it your all." 9. Lestow Maslow retaliates here with 

some Lancer aggressiveness. 10. Varsity Soccer team- L. to 

R., Row 1: C. Harrington, K. Vincunas, B. Sheehan, S. 

Grinspoon. Row 2: L. Maslow, D. Damon, R. Paulides, P. 

Gutermann, G. Vatrano, J. Nichols, E. Harney, J. Wass. 

Row 3: Manager P. Cardwell, Coach Ron Morissette, B. 

Paulides, B. Snyder, B. Meade, B. Woods, S. Marr, G. 

Mader, M. Hurwitz, R. Evers, P. Mentor, J. Deliso, Coach 

Bob Delano. Missing: A. Janik, B. Smith. 



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Minnechaug 2 



4 
1 


1 
3 
2 
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2 


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East Longmeadow 

Agawam 1 

West Springfield 9 

Cathedral 8 

Commerce 4 

Classical 3 

Ludlow ^ } 3 

Minnechaug 

East Longmeadow 

Ludlow 4 

Agawam 3 

West Springfield 6 

Cathedral 7 

Minnechaug 

Commerce 



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I LIKE THAT, 
GIRLS! 

In its first year as a varsity sport the Girls' 
Soccer Team had an admirable season against 
tough competition. Over 50 girls tried out for the 
fewer than 25 spots available, and those who 
made it were really dedicated sports-women. 
Coach Al Jangl worked the girls hard, and it paid 
off in games against skilled teams such as West- 
side and Cathedral, in which the Lancerettes put 
it all together to play superb soccer. 

The determined offense was led by Senior co- 
captain Sue Connors and Juniors Sarah Waldo, 
Sarah Nestel, Cindy Fortier, and Sherry Kajdan. 
Connors and Freshman Kathy Jenkins were lead- 
ing scorers this season. Strong halfbacks were 
Seniors Lori Draymore and Kim Kusiak, along 
with Juniors Lori Jensen and Jean Sullivan, and 
Jenkins. Paula Schnitzer, Dawn Phaneuf, and 
Senior co-captain Sara "Mooner" Fein held the 
defense together with help from big-footed Ju- 
niors Debbie Schnitzer and Renee Daskalaskis, 
and Sophomores Gretchen Havens and Lauren 
Cartwright. In the goal, Junior Nancy Shicker 
had an excellent season and helped keep the de- 
fense up to par. 

The Girls' Soccer Team has become famous for 
their recipe for having a good time. They have 
offered to share it with us: Combine some paint- 
ed faces at a game on Halloween who thought 
they were original, then found that the other 
team had done the same thing, and add them to 
many moons. Mix with some sprints up and 
down the hill which were actually enjoyed, and 
some injuries that just happened to come up at 
the last practice. Sprinkle with a last game in the 
pouring rain, which everyone wanted to play 
anyway, and food fights on the way home on the 
bus when the underclassmen surprised the Sen- 
iors with a party . . . "everyone got brownies in 
their faces!" and "Coached Jangl was covered 
with powdered sugar!" Next wash the whole 
mess off in the pool. End by sifting together the 
girls' and boys' varsity teams for a party at Sara's. 
The result is a team that had loads of fun on the 
field and off! 

The 1977 season was a tremendous challenge 
for the Lancerettes. Coach Jangl's sideline com- 
ment of "I like that, girls!" became a common 
sound as the players developed in skill and en- 
thusiasm. The young team looks forward to an- 
other great season next year. 



1. Senior co-captain Sue Connors out-maneuvers her oppo- 
nent. 2. Dribbling on her way to a score is Junior Renee 
Daskalaskis. 3. Senior Paula Schnitzer puts the ball back into 
play. 4. Girls' Soccer Team: 1 to r, Row 1: L. Draymore, P. 
Schnitzer, S. Fein (co-capt.), S. Connors (co-capt.), S. Kajdan, 
D. Schnitzer; Row 2: G. Havens, J. Sullivan, D. Phaneuf, K. 
Jenkins, L. Jensen, K. Hochstadt, N. Okun, S. Riley; Row 3: 
M. Curtis, A. Secondo, R. Daskalaskis, N. Shicker, L. Cartw- 
right, K. Muller, S. Nestel, K. Kusiak, S. Waldo, C. Fortier, 
Mr. Jangl (coach) 5. Senior Lori Draymore flies down the 
field. 6. Goalie Nancy Shicker seems to say, "I'm tough!" 7. 
Senior Kim Kusiak makes the stop before the ball goes out of 
bounds. 8. Junior Jean Sullivan washes off in the pool after a 
messy game in the rain. 8. Coach Jangl's determination shows 
through. 



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JOUSTERS 

LANCE 

OPPONENTS 

The dedication of the inhabitants of the castle 
to their various games is often exhibited by the 
success the team enjoys. Through determination, 
toil, and an excellent win-loss record, it is possi- 
ble for a team or individual to earn recognition of 
their superiority by entering playoff competi- 
tion. This year, LHS was fortunate to have a good 
number of its sportsmen and women eligible to 
compete and succeed in these final contests. Soc- 
cer, boys' and girls' basketball, and hockey all 
entered team semifinals, while gymnasts, swim- 
mers, and divers competed on their own. Al- 
though the football team did not further its sea- 
son with playoffs, it accomplished something 
more dear to many people's hearts — beating 
arch-rival East Longmeadow! 

The 1977 Longmeadow High School Cross 
Country team fell somewhat short of expecta- 
tions, but holds great promise for next year. As 
always, the Sears twins, Andrew and Stuart, con- 
tinued to improve. Stuart, already the best dis- 
tance runner to come out of the high school, set 
the course record at Longmeadow for any L.H.S. 
runner. He placed tenth in the Western Mass 
cross country meet, and was picked by the 
Springfield Union to be on the All- Western 
Mass Cross-Country team. Andy was always a 
step behind, and would have been top man on 
many other teams. Andy ran the third best time 
ever for a Longmeadow runner. The teams' 
coaching was one of the bright spots, and the 
success of the Sears twins can be attributed to the 
skill of mentor Joe Winseck. Francis McNally 
was the third man on the team, Tim Sterritt the 
fourth. 

• Cross-Country team- L. to R., Row 1: M. Ringey, J. Lawson, 
J. Taylor, D. Deslauriers, J. Walsh, T. Sterritt, B. Halliday. 
Row 2: A. Sears, J. Cogan, S. Sears, F. McNally, M. Pearl, S. 
Bailey, C. Copeland. Missing: D. Walsh, S. Tripp, Manager 
D. Facey, P. Duessal, D. Gagnon, J. Taylor, Coach Joseph 
Winseck. • Another typical easy workout for the runners of 
Longmeadow. 




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Chicopee Comp. 

East Longmeadow 

Amherst 


2 


4 


South Hadley 
Ludlow 


19 
49 




Agawam 
Southwick 


34 




Minnechaug 
5 wins, 3 losses 



Opponent 



UPHOLDING 

A TRADITION 

OF VICTORY 

The 1977 Field Hockey team had a tough act to 
follow after last year's capture of the league 
championship, but with diligent work all season, 
they ended with a very respectable 6-3-5 record. 
Coach Nancy Darsch tried out a new line-up this 
year with a 5-3-2-1 formation, which initially 
was difficult to become accustomed to. By mid- 
season, though, the team was working together 
well in their new positions, and would not have 
changed back for anything. 

Returning Seniors gave the team its strength 
with powerhouses co-captain C.A. Campbell, Fay 
Tractenberg, Gay Hutchinson, Terry Kossoy, 
and Carolyn Cummings doing their best for a 
memorable final season. Senior full-back Sally 
Burnett led the defense with Kim LeDuc, varsity 
goalie of two years, always on top of things. 
Senior forward Pam Grayboff added spark to the 
offense. Co-captain Cindy Johnson and Debbie 
Harris (high scorers this season with 8 and 5 
goals, respectively) each scored 27 goals in their 
four year Field Hockey careers. Rounding out the 
varsity squad were talented Juniors Van Radke, 
Judy Ryan, Martha Prybylo, Linda Doherty, Lin- 
da Schupack, and Nancy Campbell, and Sopho- 
mores Peggy Creed and Kerry LeDuc, who were 
great assets to the team. 

Stars of the J.V. team were Sophomore co-cap- 
tain P.J. Venti, Lauren Elliot, and goalie Bonnie 
Rubin, along with offensive players Becca Jones, 
Monique Beauchamp, and co-captain Gina Fer- 
azzi. Gina scored a total of 10 goals this season, as 
the Lancerettes remained undefeated with an 8-0- 
4 record. 

It was a frustrating but fun year of building 
and changing for the Varsity Field Hockey team, 
suplimented by extra activities such as gourmet 
dinners. In spite of the grueling drills and long 
practices, all of the girls had an exciting season. 
The underclassmen are looking eagerly towards 
another chance to uphold the Lancerette tradition 
of victory next fall. 

1. Senior co-captain Cindy Johnson eyes the action. 2. J.V. 
team: 1 to r, row 1: J. Leavitt, D. Murphy, M. Beauchamp, L. 
Novello, S. Leavitt, C. Atamian; row 2: J. Blanchard, E. Ab- 
dow, C. Petrucci, J. Hjelm, B. Rubin, G. Ferazzi, (co-capt.) Ms. 
McGinnis (coach), L. Cummings, D. O'Reilly, B. Jones, K. 
Gruskin, P. Rubin, P.J. Venti; (co-capt.) missing: L. Elliott 3. 
Sophomore Peggy Creed scrambles for the ball. 4. Debbie 
Harris surveys the field. 5. Senior Sally Burnett stretches to 
slice the ball. 6. Watching intensely from the sidelines is 
Senior Fay Tractenberg. 7. Senior co-captain C.A. Campbell is 
ready for the pass. 8. Junior Linda Doherty passes the ball as 
Martha Prybylo looks on. 9. Terry Kossoy breaks away to- 
ward the goal. 10. Varsity team: 1 to r, row 1: C. Johnson (co- 
capt.), C.A. Campbell (co-capt.); row 2: F. Tractenberg, C. 
Cummings, G. Hutchinson, P. Grayoff, D. Harris, K. LeDuc, 
T. Kossoy, S. Burnett; row 3: A. Killeen (manager), P. Creed, 
K. LeDuc, L. Schupack, L. Doherty, V. Radke, J. Ryan, N. 
Campbell, M. Prybylo, Ms. Darsch (coach) 11. Goalie Kim 
LeDuc takes a break at half-time, thinking about the last save. 
116 12. Pam C ayboff outruns her opponents. 



THE STROKE 
FOLKS 



The 1977 swim team had a very successful 
season, winning the Columbus Day Relays and 
placing third in Western Mass. Several well-es- 
tablished school records were shattered through- 
out the season, and a great deal of talent in un- 
derclassmen and much depth in the rest of the 
team were important factors in the overall record 
of 8 wins and 4 losses. 

Three outstanding members of the team were 
Hope Wernick, Brenda Skelley, and Joyce Bott, 
who were all elected to the Western Mass All- 
Star team. Senior Hope Wernick, the team cap- 
tain and high scoring diver, ended the season by 
placing third in Western Mass. and fifth in the 
state. Skelley, a junior, was the leading swimmer 
with excellent ability in both the butterfly and 
the individual medley. Bott, a freshman dis- 
played superb talent in all free-style events. 

Other individual strengths included Nancy 
Riker, co-captain of the team, in long distance 
freestyle, freshman Kathy Griffin, who placed 
third in Western Mass. in breaststroke, and -Lisa 
Crosby who excelled in butterfly. Seniors Moira 
Murphy and Sheila Brennan were also very de- 
pendable in freestyle and backstroke. 

The divers were traditionally a strong point of 
the girl's swim team. Along with Wernick's ac- 
complishments, junior Heather Rowe placed 
fifth in Western Mass. and sixteenth in the state. 
Brenda Doherty and freshmen Leslie Picard and 
Stacy Merullo showed great potential for next 
year. 

The swim team owes much of its success to the 
talent of the underclassmen, not to mention the 
dedicated coaching of Miss Gregory -and Mrs. 
Segur. Next year, they will all look forward to a 
fantastic season. 



1 Coach Gregory recovers after an unexpected plunge into the 
pool. 2 Mrs. Segur blows one of her famous bubbles, while 
watching the race. 3 Co-captain Nancy Riker glides through 
the water with perfect ease. 4 Mary-Beth Crosby takes a quick 
break between races with sister Lisa. 5 1 to r, Miss Gregory, 
Lisa Crosby, Lynne Williams, Robyn Lepow, Co-captain 
Nancy Riker, Captain Hope Wernick, Heather Rowe, Brenda 
Skelley, Sheila Brennan, Sara Panto, Laura Spitz, Mrs. Segur. 
2nd row- Joyce Bott, Kathy Griffin, Denise Magnan, Mary- 
Beth Crosby, Martha Tripp, Brenda Doherty, Leslie Picard, 
Jane Rapalus, Rose McCarthy, Sue Duckman, Jennifer Allen, 
Nancy Bradford. 3rd row- Becky Stevens, Becky Woods, Lisa 
Griffin, DeeDee McGuinnis, Lisa Lefebvre, Mary Reeves, 
Debbie Lefebvre, Debbie Cruz, Marsha Allen, (missing: 
Moira Murphy, Claire Coughlan) 6 Sophomore Martha Tripp 
excites the crowd with her fantastic freestyle. 7 Senior captain 
Hope Wernick gives the camera a radiant smile, and her 
diving wasn't too bad either. 8 Look, it's a bird, it's a plane, 
no, it's Super Skelley. 9 Heather flys through the air with 
unbeatable style. 10 "I've just got to win this race," thinks 
Sheila Brennan as she backs down the pool. 11 Debbie mod- 
els the latest in swimming attire. 



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HIGH 

ELBOW 

TECHNIQUE 

The Lancer Swimming team really managed to 
stay afloat this year, sacrificing only two meets to 
Cathedral, ending with a victorious 11-2 season. 
The team also placed a close second in Western 
Mass. and third in States, with many promising 
young swimmers doing excellent times. 

Senior tri-captains Tim Fisk, Bob Griffin and 
Bill Sullivan led the team that consisted of great 
depth in skill and age. Mark Michelson's fine 
coaching ability contributed much to their suc- 
cess, as he used expert technique to get the best 
performance possible out of his swimmers. 

Individual strength came from senior Bob 
Griffin who won Western Mass. in the 100 yard 
butterfly, juniors John Bonnell and Louis Mi- 
dura in the Individual Medley and butterfly, and 
Mark McDermott in freestyle events. Sophomore 
Scott Betsher excelled in the I.M. and backstroke, 
along with freshman Chris Frasier who did a 
superb job in the 100 yard breaststroke, which 
got him a second place in Western Mass. compe- 
tition. 

In the diving competition, this year there was a 
first in recent Lancer history. Under the able 
coaching skill of Hope Wernick, not only one, 
but two divers, senior Jay Rubinstein and junior 
Mike Sweitzer, qualified for State competition 
and finish 7th and 8th place respectively. The 
divers also did extremely well in Western Mass., 
with Mike capturing 5th and Jay coming in 9th. 
Another promising diver for next year along 
with Mike is sophomore David Fisk, whose con- 
tinuing improvement should prove to be very 
valuable. 

After a great season like this one, and with 
many fine swimmers returning, the general sen- 
timent seems to be that "beyond a shadow of a 
doubt we will go on to win Western Mass. and 
States next year with ease" 




1. Senior Bob Griffin swims to the wall to win the 100 yard 
fly. 2. Sophomore Scott Betsher swims the Butterfly leg of the 
Individual Medley 3. John Bonnel takes a gasp of air while 
swimming the 200 yard free. 4. Coach Maa swimming the 200 
yard free 4. Coach Mark Mickelson 5. A tight finish in the 50 
yard free 7. Lou Midura dives for a perfect relay exchange. 8. 
Captains Bob Griffin and Tim Fisk get the team prepared for 
a tough meet. 9. Varsity Swim Team, L. to R., R 1: J. Rubin- 
stein, J. Bonnell, M. McDermott, M. Barez, B. Griffin, M. 
Sullivan, T. Fisk, L. Midura, R. Fairweather, Coach Mark 
Michelson. R 2: B. Smith, P. Sudnick, C. Brush, B. Press, C. 
Fraser, J. Walsh, D. Glaser, G. Lowell, Diving Coach Hope 
Wernick. R 3: A. Greenspan, P. Kurzcinsky, D. Curtis, D. 
Gagnon, M. Lebl, D. Fisk, M. Sweitzer, Manager David Feir, 
R 4: J. Smith, S. Betsher, M. Shoen, K. Kusiak, T. Sweitzer, H. 
Tacman, D. Cohen, L. LeFrance, R. Carlson. 



120 



STRETCH 
AND SHOOT 

The Girls' Basketball Team, a tightly-knit 
group under the able coaching of Ms. Nancy 
Darsch, faced a lot of tough competition this 
year. The girls stood up well under the pressure, 
though, achieving a second place standing in the 
league. The team was led by senior captains Cin- 
dy Johnson (guard) and Gay Hutchinson (for- 
ward). Scoring power was provided by senior for- 
wards Kim Kusiak, Joan Shriver, and Gay 
Hutchinson, junior forward Brenda Skelley, ju- 
nior centers Nancy Campbell and Kathy Tate, 
and the leading scorer, junior guard Renee Das- 
kalakis. 

Defense was a major part of the Lady Lancers' 
game and there was plenty of talent in senior 
guard Cindy Johnson, junior guards Annette 
Ferazzi and Vanessa Radke, and sophomore Gina 
Ferazzi. Using a variety of different defensive 
tactics, the guards held their own and tried to 
keep their opponents' scoring to a minimum. 

The toughest competition came from such no- 
torious teams as Agawam, South Hadley, Com- 
merce, and Minnechaug. In spite of several de- 
feats, the girls always gave their all and showed 
great skill and determination. The colorful show 
put on by the team attracted many fans, and this 
helped to build their confidence throughout the 
season. 

Off -court the team had a number of fun exper- 
iences which helped to bind them together into a 
closely-knit unit. These included such events as a 
"before the game" breakfast, fire extinguisher 
ambushes in the locker room, early Sunday 
morning practices after a long Saturday night, 
and the traditional end-of-the-season team ban- 
quet. Cindy Johnson was the proud recipient of 
the team's annual "never give up, never give up" 
award. The girls enjoyed an exciting season and 
were a super example of the quality of basketball 
at Longmeadow High School. 

1. Center Nancy Campbell sets up her shot as senior forward 
Kim Kusiak looks on. 2. Going for the lay-up is star guard 
Renee Daskalakis. 3. JU.V. Team- L. to R., Row 1: J. Donner, 
K. Jenkins, J. Riss (capt.), P. Mooney (capt.), D. O'Reilly, K. 
Padwater; Row 2: K. Kinsley, L. Crosby, B. Kirk, S. Malloy, 
M. Lussier, Coach Mclnnis, 4. J.V. guard Kathy Jenkins 
shoots from the key. 5. J.V. captain Julie Riss out-dribbles 
her opponents on her way to a score. 6. Varsity Team- L. to R., 
Row 1: V. Radke, C. Johnson (capt.), R. Daskalakis, A. Fer- 
azzi, G. Ferazzi; Row 2: C. A. Campbell (mafiager), N. Camp- 
bell, K. Kusiak, B. Skelley, G. Hutchinson (capt.), K. Tate, J. 
Shriver, K. LeDuc. 7. Sophomore guard Gina Ferazzi prepares 
to pass the ball to a team-mate. 8. In the air for a lay-up is 
senior captain Gay Hutchinson. 9. Forwards Kim Kusiak and 
Kathy Tate are determined to prevent their opponents from 
scoring! 



122 




38 Palmer 

31 Holyoke 

40 Amherst 

46 East Longmeado 

36 Holyoke 

25 Agawam 

Tech 

Commerce 

Minnechaug 

Ludlow 

Putnam 

South Hadley 

East Longmeadow 

Agawam 

Tech 

Minnechaug 

Ludlow 

Putnam 

South Hadley 

Season's Record: 13-6 



63 
66 
44 
45 
66 
32 
35 
46 
49 
60 
35 
47 
32 



123 



THE KNIGHTS 
OF THE COURT 



The Lancers Basketball team put on one of its 

finest displays ever this year, with an 

impressive 13-8 record that left them tied for 

second place in the Valley Wheel. In tough 

Division I competition the team finished in 

sixth place, with much to be proud of both as 

individuals and as a team. 

The leading scorers were juniors Tyrone 

Settles and J.R. Chase, with Tyrone achieving 

the position of the highest scorer on all of 

Division I. Other offensive strength came from 

seniors Tom Butts and Mark Pearl, resulting 

in plenty of successful shooting and high 

scoring games. 

This year Coach Morisette had the team use a 

lot of the "full court zone press", which often 

helped the players keep the ball in scoring 

position and helped out the otherwise 

sometimes shaky defense. Some great 

defensive moves were made, however, such as 

Tyrone's excellent skill at rebounds and Gary 

Hyman's speed and agility. 

It was somewhat evident from the beginning 

of the season that the Lancers were heading 

for a great season. Their first league game was 

against East Longmeadow and won won by 25 

points. After that the team played two of its 

best game against Minnechaug, the second of 

which was won in overtime. One tough game 

that demanded a lot of skill was the home 

game against Classical that was clinched in the 

last few seconds by just I wo points, which 

made for plenty of tension and excitement. All 

in all, the Lancers Basketball team led by 

captains Terry Boureaux and Tyrone Settles, 

had every successful and winning season. 



1. Matt Smith fights for the ball in a game against the 

Spartars. 2. Tyrone goes for the slam-dunk! 3. Gary 

Hyman hustles for possession of the ball. 4. The shot is 

again blocked successfully by the Lancers. 5. Marc Pearl 

gives it his all! 



J.VL Row 1 L-R R. Zundell, D. White, E. Seagle, B. Rowe 
R 2. Coach Kelly, C. Copland, M. Sullivan, A. Burton, D. 
Webler, Varsity L-R G. Hyman, M. Smith, M. Ditomassi, 
R. Carrey, Mar Varsity L-R G. Hyman, M. Smith, M. 
Ditomassi, R. Carey, M. Pearl, T. Settles, D. Hastings, H. 
Hinkle, P. Kumiega, J. R. Chase, T. Butts, B. Snyder 





Freshmen Basketball Team, L. to R., R 1: J. Damson, E. 

Hano, K. Boudreajx, M. Hurwitz, R. Wagner, M. Allen, J. 

Carey. R 2: Manager T. Murray, B. Kipperman, P. 

Ratkowski, R. Pahl, B. Fogarty, J. Vinick, D. Yesu, C. 

Mannheim, Coach. Missing: S. Getzov. 



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A HOCKEY HIGH 

The hockey season opened with high hopes 
this year — hopes that were all fulfilled with the 
great talent that abounded within the team 
framework. With a record of 15 wins, 4 ties, and 
only 2 losses, the Lancers took first place in the 
Wright Division. Skilled as individuals, they also 
had great team spirit and cooperation. Seniors 
Rick Durocher, Ken Vincunas, Jon Ditmar, and 
Junior Jack Dineen were all top scorers, and in 
the top ten of the Wright Division. Peter Guter- 
mann and Andy Janik led a tough defense, while 
Tim Hutchins demonstrated his prowess in 
guarding the goal. Captains of the team were 
Peter Gutermann, Rick Durocher, and Jack Din- 



een. 



Coach Suzor directed a "Cardiovascular and 
Quadricep Development Program" at the begin- 
ning of the season, in December. Once the game 
season commenced, the team worked on the 
"Universal Gym" for both strength and speed. 
As Coach Suzor said, "We have worked toward a 
program of gradual development with patience 
rather than expecting great things at the begin- 
ning with the possibility of frustration and dis- 
couragement slowing down true progress." With 
the practice and game schedule requiring 4 to 5 
hours per day, it was difficult for the team to find 
time for meetings to discuss plays and stategies. 
Each team member had a loose-leaf notebook 
containing diagrams an information to be used 
on the bus or by new players. In the tradition of 
the Russians, Coach Suzor's philosophy tends to 
be more scientififically analytical and creative 
than most. 

This year there are two division (1 and 2) for 
tournament purposes. The Berry Division is di-_ 
vision 1 and the Wright and Fay are division 2. 
Next years team looks good, but any team would 
have a hard time beating the excellent 77-78 lanc- 
er hockey team. Longmeadow entered the play- 
offs, but lost to Taconic in semifinals. 



1. Mark Dawson skates with the puch displaying excellent 
stick handeling. 2. The Lancer Bench made the team strong. 3. 
Jim Ferrero passes to set up a goal. 4. Mike Fortier defends the 
Longmeadow goal. 5. Scott Buffum skates for the Puck. 6-9. 
Lancer Coals 



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• Varsity Hockey Team, L. to R., R 1: 
S. Burnett, J. Dano, M. Fortier, B. 
Cunningham, S. Buffum, M. Broad- 
bert, S. Sauve, J. Dineen, P. Sacenti. R 
2: Coach Ray Suzor, K. Vincuras, D. 
Kelly, J. Ferrerro, P. Guttermann, G. 
Vatrano, A. Janik, R. Seabury, B. 
Meade, M. Frichione, M. Dawson, R. 
Durocher, 



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SP - IR - IT 



"SP-IR-IT, you got the spirit, so let's hear it," 
and "We will, we will romp you," became famil- 
iar chants to spirited students at Longmeadow 
High School this year. The vivacious cheerlead- 
ing squad can take credit for spreading enthusi- 
asm at athletic events throughout the year. Fol- 
lowing the spirit tradition of the first football 
game and East Longmeadow, the girls showed 
their enthusiasm as well as psyching up the rest 
of the school, by marching around the halls. 
High School is a time of pep and spirit and these 
two aspects certainly were evident throughout 
the school year. 

The cheerleading squad, led by senior captain 
Alison Sturgis and coached by Mrs. Lynn Sarno, 
practiced many long hours perfecting their form 
and precision. Practice time was also spent 
dreaming up new ideas for fan participation at 
the games. In the fall, the cheerleaders intro- 
duced Football Cheerbooks which appeared to go 
over extremely well. With the help of some large 
black numbers and loud voices, the fans were 
able to turn to the right cheer and give a support- 
ive yell. Lancer spirit buttons became an ex- 
tremely important item in October. There was a 
great rush to get one and the school spirit at this 
point was fantastic. The cheerleaders could be 
seen selling the buttons all over the school, even 
to parents. 

By selling cheerbooks and Lancer buttons, the 
girls were able to raise enough money to buy new 
shakers. All in all, they did a great job encourag- 
ing crowd participation and support of the teams. 
The squad was fortunate to have Lisa Novello 
and Claudia Zinnen join them for the basketball 
season and next year's squad. They were a great 
help to everyone and their pep and enthusiasm 
was terrific. 

School spirit is so important and the cheer- 
leaders for the athletic season of 1977-78, did 
their part to make sure that it remained that way. 



1 Cindy Markell displays her excellent jumping style by 
performing a dutch. 2 "Give me an L" shouts Alison Sturgis 
in one of the crowd-pleasing cheers. 3 Newly recruited mas- 
cot, Beth Knisely, cheers on her brother as well as the team. 4 
"Smile Lauren and Michelle, you're on candid camera." 5 
Merk cracks a funny joke to the delight of Laura and Tina, a 
little jungle halfback for all. 6 Co-captain Debbie Smith ex- 
ecutes a perfect stag jump. 7 1 to r Michelle DiPippo, Laura 
Poppo, Cindy Markell, Co-captain Debbie Smith, Captain 
Alison Sturgis, Lisa Semel, Tina Hoyt, Patti Clark and Lauren 
Schwartz. 8 Sarah Woods leads "Lancers Will Shine," 9 Lisa 
soars high into the sky. 10 The seniors- Merk, Smitty, Ali, 
and and Smel. 11 Smel jumps for joy. 



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THEY'RE ON 
THE BEAM 



This year's girl's gymnastic team had a season 
filled with hard team work that paid off with 
individual excellence. The close knit team of 
eleven helped each other out during practice, 
which led to several new records made by out- 
standing performances from the Longmeadow 
girls. 

Practices were led by Coach Judy Gregory and 
Senior Captain Linda Skole, and the team many 
times ended up practicing with the boy's team. - 
Often a problem with limited mat space arose 
but the two teams worked together enabling 
team members to improve immensely by the end 
of the season. 

The gymnasts competed in a tough league, 
with most of the competition coming from Min- 
nechaug. Even under the pressure of facing tal- 
ented opponents, the girls were able to rise to the 
occasion and make an excellent showing. One 
very exciting event was the meet against Hamp- 
shire Regional where a new team total record was 
set, a new floor record was set by junior Heather 
Rowe, and a new uneven bars records was set by 
junior Paula Shear. 

Girls' Gymnastics has a promising future 
ahead of it as the team is young and constantly 
improving. The otsoutstanding members who 
will be returning to strengthen the team are 
freshman all-around Sandy Bradford and record 
setting juniors Paula Shear and Heather Rowe. 
Other talented returnees for the team are fresh- 
man Carole Tomko and junior Cindy Aivalis. 
The accomplishments that the young team made 
this year are a sure indication that next year we 
will see a strong, talented, winning Girl's Gym- 
nastics Team. 

1 Paula Shear, on her best friend, the bars, flys fearlessly 
through the air. 2 "Nice vault Cindy," remarks Miss Greg, as 
one of her star vaulters soars over. 3 Freshman all-around, 
Sandy Bradford contemplates her next event. 4 "Just five 
more inches and I'll be home free," thinks Heather Rowe as 
she performs a perfect walkover on the beam. 5 The 1978 
team: sitting 1 to r Carole Tomko, Sandy Bradford, Captain 
Linda Skole, Paula Shear, Cindy Aivalis. standing 1 to r 
Heather Wasson, Caren Davidson, Brenda Doherty, Dara 
Murphy, Heather Rowe, Joan Dooley, and Coach Miss Greg- 
ory. 6 "That's the way to do it Caren," remarks Paula. 7 It's a 
bird. It's a plane, it's Super Sandy. 8 Gymnastics is like 
floating in mid air. 9 True team concern is shown on the faces 
of all as Heather performs her vault. 10 Hold on, Linda! The 
bar is only a few feet away. 11. With the grace and poise that 
make a true gymnast, Carole Tomko works the beam. 



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GYMNASTICS 



The Gymnastics team, weakened by the loss of 
nine seniors last year, spent the season rebuild- 
ing and gathering strength for next year. Led by 
the expertise of Coach John Kober, the team im- 
proved immensely over the season and ended up 
placing 5th in Western Mass. 

The young team had many outstanding indi- 
viduals such as seniors Everett Black on rings 
and Bruce Bennett on the high bar. Excelling 
juniors were Dave Damon who qualified for 
States on the pummel horse, and performed well 
in vaulting, Mike Stenstrom and Howard Burns 
on floor, Larry Guild on the parallel bars, and 
Brooke Paulides as all-around. Freshman Matt 
Burns was the first frosh to set a standing hand- 
stand on the rings, as well as being a great con- 
tributor to the team's success. 

With many returning gymnasts, and the 
strength of Coach Kober, next year should prove 
to display a very promising season for the Gym- 
nastics team. 



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HOT DOGS! 



The boys' and girls' ski teams were among 
"the best ever." With many outstanding skiers 
returning from last year and plenty of snow, 
the team was able to spend lots of time on the 
hills and get some pretty fast times. Led by 
senior captains Steve Wood and Carolyn Clute, 
and coaches Bob Frangillo and Wendy Seiffert 
from Springfield College, the team became one 
of the best in the state. The girls placed 
second in Western Mass. and first over-all, 
while the boys were first in Western Mass. 
and the league. 

Practices started long before the snow 
started falling, as a grassy hill was made into 
a mock slalom course. Lots of running and 
conditioning were done so that by the time it 
started snowing, the team was in fine shape. 
Several races were cancelled due to severe 
storms, but the ones in which the skiers did 
participate they came through with flying 
colors. Outstanding times came from seniors 
Steve Wood, Jay Nichols, Carolyn Clute and 
Mary Gill, juniors Tom Ely and Jean Sullivan, 
and sophomores Ellen Shammash and Allen 
Chabot. 

Besides having a truly winning season, the 
team members were great friends and had lots 
of fun together. Their weekend trip to Sunapee 
did as much to bring the team together as a 
group as it did to improve skiing skills, both 
of which paid off to build a winning spirit 
and a winning team. 



1. Varsity Girls Ski Team: Row 1. L to R. M. Gill, J. 
Sullivan, S. Connor. Row 2: E. Shammash, J. Ryan, J. 
Leavitt, D. Shupack, M. Wernick, C. Clute, M. Wernick. 2. 
Varsity Boys Ski Team: S. Wood, J. Nichols, B. Skolnick, 
J. Mandel, M. Burger, C. Bachiochi, P. Burger, C. Lucier, 
P. Gill, M. Navazio, B. Woods. 



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PIN 'EM 




The Lancer Wrestling team had just one 
major problem this season, not enough team 
members to fill all of the weight classes. 
Consequently, as a team they suffered because 
of many forfeited weights, but as individuals 
they were able to do well. 

The youth of the team also put them at a 
disadvantage, with many freshmen, just a few 
sophomores and juniors, and seniors Gary 
Goodman and team captains John Knisely and 
John Asthalter. Most of the younger wrestlers 
were inexperienced and many of the 
upperclassmen suffered injuries that kept them 
out of competition. 

Luckily, the team was able to get a lot of 
valuable practice by scrimmaging the 
Springfield College team on several occasions, 
thanks to assistant coach Craig Stevens, a 
Springfield College student. Besides actually 
wrestling, the team spent a lot of time doing 
strenuous workouts to sweat down to desires 
weight classes. Wrestlers were often seen 
sweating it out near the furnace, or starving 
through lunch in an effort to lose up to six 
pounds in one day. 

The future of wrestling is in doubt, due to 
dwindling interest over the past few years. 
Also, most of the wrestlers are just beginners 
when they get to Longmeadow High, and take 
a couple of seasons to catch up on techniques. 
Because of this, Coach Harris is trying to 
spark some interest in wrestling at the middle 
school level, so that in the years to come 
L.H.S. wrestlers will be more increased in 
number and experience. 



1. Steve Pistrich struggles to turn over his opponent. 2. 
John Asthlater moves in for a pin. 3. The Lancer matmen 
look on as one of their teammates is hard to work. 4. 
Assistant Coach Stevens gives advise to one of the 
wrestlers. 5. They very able Coach Harris watching to see 
if his help pays off. 



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A great number of serfs and nobelmen like to indulge in 
rest and relaxation after a full day of dragon slaying, there- 
fore many citizens of the kingdom head for the jousting 
fields and other places where music, artistry and additional 
knowledge abound. Some activities are solely for one's own 
enjoyment; others seek to entertain those people with minds 
weary of finding new ploys to expedite dragon slaying. Also 
involved in the various entertainments which flourish in the 
castle are some dragons, doubtlessly fatigued from a full day 
of student baiting. There are some areas of entertainment 
which meet during the day, mainly those in the fields of 
music and art. Others have regular gatherings at the end of a 
day's hunt or at night. For some individuals, the time to 

concentrate on a particular 
activity is whenever one is 
not actively pursueing an 
elusive fleet-footed beast. 
The various entertainments 
available to the people who 
make the castle their abode, 
is only as limited as the inter- 
ests which abound. 



143 



BONJOUR! HOLA! SALVETE! 

GUTENTAG! 












The French Club met once a 
month to explore areas of French 
culture that would not normally be 
exposed in the classroom. Their 
emphasis was mainly on situations 
in France that are revelent to high 
school students, such as French 
T.V. and of the problems of youth 
in France. Many outside speakers 
spoke to the club about their own 
experiences in France. 

Trying their hands at being 
gourmets, the club made several 
French dinners, utilizing either the 
Home Ec area or a members home. 
These varied events contributed to 
a fun way of learning about France 
and French customs without ever 
leaving home. 

The Spanish Club led by presi- 
dent Ellen Silverman, vice presi- 
dent Jay Rubenstein, secretary 
Vikki Sutton, treasurer Lynne 
Aronson, centered their attention 
on service to Spanish students, as 
well as learning about Spanish 
speaking cultures. Members of the 
Spanish Club were available to tu- 
tor other students who were having 
difficulty with the Spanish lan- 
guage. 

Because there are so many Span- 
ish speaking countries in the world 
the club had plenty of cultures to 
learn about and compare. Club ad- 
visors Mr. Pike and Mr. Riccio 
were always available to share their 
knowledge of Spanish cultures 
with interested students. 

1. Row 1. J. Alwit, S. Bailey, Row 2. M. 
Markson, K. Katz, Row 3. K. Pennington, 
N. Fuller. 2. Row 2. C. Hafer, T. Hatch, Row 

2. S. Becker, G. Moomjian, Row 3 K. Kins- 
ley, K. Gotlib.3. Mr. Whittaker, french club 
advisor, watches over a meeting. 4. The 
Bobbsey twins, Mr. Riccio and Mr. Pike, 
Spanish club advisors. 5. Monsieur Potvin, 
the french club advisor. 6. Row 1. M. Sears, 
E. Silverman, M. Hoffman. Row 2. L. Aron- 
son, J. Corcoran, A. Sullivan, P. Rubin, J. 
Rubinstein. 




144 




The German Club concentrated 
on bringing some of the aspects of 
German culture to students inter- 
ested in the country. They did this 
by planning and making authentic 
German meals, attending films and 
lectures, and visiting museum dis- 
plays about Germany. 

The club met every other Thurs- 
day, and was led by German teach- 
er and advisor Mr. Justin, President 
Ingrid Shuttleworth, and V.P. Bill 
Walsh. According to Ingrid the 
club is not only for those students 
who undertake study of the lan- 
guage, but for anyone who is at all 
interested in Germany and its peo- 
ple. 

The Latin Club, advised by Mr. 
Kahan, concentrated on preparing 
for Classics Day, held at the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts in the 
spring. To supplement this study, 
they also visited the Classics de- 
partment of Boston University, and 
toured a display at the Boston Mu- 
seum. Mr. Kahan outlined the ob- 
jectives of the club as being the es- 
tablishment of friendly relations 
between students and teachers of 
Classics and the exposure of the 
Latin student to the world of books 
about ancient Roman and Greek 
cultures. Through their member- 
ship in the pioneer Valley Classical 
Association, the club members 
maintained close contact with the 
Classics departments at the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts and Bos- 
ton University a project which 
proved to be a great asset to the 
club's success. 



1 Row 1. K. Fitzgerald, J. Trzcinski. Row 2. 
B. Smith, P. Navizo, H. Murphy, J. Fitzger- 
ald, J. Nash. Row 3. S. Ransom, E. Urstadt, J. 
Heye, B. Sabin, J. Deplacido, M. Gill. Row 4. 
E. Kahan. 2. German club member I. 
Shuttleworth and advisor Mr. Justin. 3. Lat- 
in club advisor E. Kahan 



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AROUND THE WORLD WITH A.F.S. 



A.F.S. is a unique club that en- 
compasses members from Long- 
meadow High School, the outside 
community, and virtually most of 
the world. This year Longmeadow 
High School hosted two A.F.S. for- 
eign exchange students; Heimo 
Hackel from Austria and Jennie 
Reznick from South Africa. Long- 
meadow also sends several of our 
own students abroad. Two seniors 
who had occasion to participate in 
the A.F.S. exchange for the summer 
were Sheila Brennan, who went to 
Brazil and Kit Gracey who traveled 
to Italy. Both girls saw this trip as a 
valuble learning experience, and a 
fantastic way to make friends from 
other countries. The A.F.S. Club 
within the High School is a active 
group which often hosts foreign 
students for weekend events. There 
were two of these events this year 




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in addition to the traditional A.F.S. 
carnival, and an international din- 
ner held in the spring. The club 
president is Sheila Brennan, vice 
president is Kathy Wilochka, trea- 
surers Kit Gracey and Kathy Ames 
and secretary Joan Beron. They all 
enjoy meeting foreign students and 
also contributing a great deal to the 
community's understanding of for- 
eign cultures. 

1. The A.F.S. officers; Joan Beron, Sec, Kit 
Gracey, Treas., Sheila Brennen, Pres., Kathy 
Ames, Treas., Kathy Wilochka, V.P. 2. Kit 
Gracey showing what she learned in Italy. 3. 
Returnee from Brazil, President Sheila Bren- 
nen. 4. A.F.S. members, ROW 1. K. II- 
govsky, M. Lamarre, L. Elliot, B. Woods, K. 
Schwartz, L. Wilson, ROW 2. W. Wolf, W. 
Hammet, J. Moomjian, J. Fitzgerald, J. Ste- 
phan, S. Bader, B. Hirsch, ROW 3. J. Staples, 
T. Howard, L. Denning, K. Carroll, S. Hopfe, 
J. Woods, R. Sherman, M. Chase, ROW 4. L. 
Athas, V. Kimbal, A. Duclos, J. Karpovich, 
M. Lochman, L. Thompson, M. Curetis, B. 
Kirk, K. Page, 5. Food and conversation 
make the A.F.S. brunch. 6. Active A.F.S. 
members contribute to the carnival. 7. Jen- 
nifer Fitzgerald shows that A.F.S. members 
are friendly. 8. Martha Lamarre fishes for a 
good time. 9. Mr. Potvin, the A.F.S. advisor, 
gives his "Rocky" impression to the club. 



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THE WITS OF LONGMEADOW? 



The "As Schools Match 
Wits" Team is a hard-work- 
ing group that meets weekly 
with coach Mrs. Rahkonen to 
sharpen up skills in a number 
of areas to prepare for tough 
competition. The team, made 
up of Senior members Betsy 
Rosenbloom, Peter Vedder, 
and Steve Winneman, and Ju- 
nior Sara Siff, are proficient 
in such categories as Science, 
Sports, History, Art, Music, 
Literature, and General 
Knowledge. The team com- 
petes in televised matches, 
and is doing amazingly well 
considering this is only their 
third season, while most 
teams have been competing 
for fifteen to twenty years. 




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CREATE, CREATE 




Outlet Magazine again this year 
played its traditional role as a forum 
for student creative writers and art- 
ists. The Outlet Club, which pub- 
lishes the magazine, was small and 
rather unique this year in that it was 
composed entirely of senior girls. Edi- 
tor Kim Bolger and staff members 
Betsy Currier, Dee Robinson and Cin- 
dy Markell published the annual Out- 
let in mid-May despite difficulties in 
gathering literary submissions from 
the student body. 

Submissions of art, photographs 
and literature are judged anonymous- 
ly by the Outlet staff. Scored on a 
scale of zero to five, any work which 
receives a 3.5 or better is considered 
for publication in the magazine in 
May. Editor Kim Bolger feels that it is 
important not to reveal the identity of 
the authors and artists to the judges. 
She says, "Anonymous judging in- 
sures the fairness and usually, if the 
students know their work will be 
judged anonymously, they are more 
likely to submit work to Outlet. That 
gives us a wider sampling pf student 
writing which is just what we're 
after." 

In addition to their regular meet- 
ings the Outlet Club also attended the 
Scholastic Press Forum at American 
International College where they at- 
tended workshops designed to help 
them produce a more effective and in- 
expensive magazine. 

A very real worry of Mrs. Claire 
Satta, the advisor of the club, and its 
members is that the club and maga- 
zine will cease to exist after its present 
members graduate in June. In view of 
the contribution the club has made to 
the school in the form of its polished 
magazine, this possibility should be 
avoided. 

1. Outlet's Creative Director, Mrs. Satta 2. 
Outlet Editor, Kim Bolger 3. An exhibit of 
the 1977 Outlet graces the english hallway. 
4. Row 1. D. Robinson, K. Bolger, Row 2. S. 
Law, B. Currier, C. Markell. 



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IT'S FREE! 

The Jet Jotter, official high 
school newspaper, started in Sep- 
tember minus advisors and a 
homeroom, the center of Jet Jotter 
activity. The essential homeroom 
time and the old advisors were 
eventually regained later on in the 
fall, but successful operation of the 
paper was affected as a result of the 
delay. 

Despite its late start, the Jet Jot- 
ter planned to publish ten issues 
without compromising the high 
quality of the newspaper, for which 
it has received distinctive recogni- 
tion in past years at the AIC Press 
Forum. The paper also achieved 
All-American rating from the Na- 
tional Press Association last year, 
and this year hoped to be heading 
for the next step up: a National rat- 
ing. 

This year saw a great change in 
the distribution of the Jet Jotter. 
Increased revenue from advertising 
and other money-raising projects 
allowed the Jet Jotter to be free, for 
the first time in its twenty three 




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year history. Every student and 
teacher in the school received one 
copy of the paper every time it was 
published. 

The dedication, creativity and ef- 
fort on the parts of managing edi- 
tor Kim Bolger, Editors-in-chief 
Larry Markson and Bryan Gustaf- 
son, and all the other editors and 
hard working staff members served 
to make the Jet Jotter one of the 
better newspapers around. 

1. Managing Editor: Kim Bolger 2. Business 
Manager: Mark Abrahms; Photo Editor: Jon 
Goldsmith 3. Features Editors: Scott Elliot 
and Betsy Currier 4. News Editors: Bill 
Sheehan and Lynn Greenburg 5. Sports Edi- 
tors: Lori Evans and Carolyn Cummings 6. 
Editors-in-Chief: Larry Markson and Bryan 
Gustafson 7. Jet Jotter Staff 8. Faculty Advi- 
sor Mike Gelinas 9. Faculty Advisor Bob 
Delano 10. Jet Jotter Staff. 



151 



1. Editors-in-chief Ellen Philbin and Kit Gracey 2. 

Advisors Mr. Grant 3 Boys Sports Editors Dave 

Lendry and Steve Warshaw 4 Girls Sports Editors 

Alison Sturgis and 5 Gypsy Greenspan 6 Senior 

Editors Sue Conell and Alisa Bonasoni 7 Ads 

Editors Cindy O'Conell, Mark Stover and Janet 

Chambers 8 Activities Editor Sandy Walker 9 

Photography Jeff Myers, Mike Stenstrom and Chris 

Sheffield 10 Falculty Editors Janine Micucci and 

Sue Winer 11 Sales Editors Brenda Doerty and 

Debbie Schupack 12 Underclassmen Editors Kathy 

Carey and 13 Mary Jo Grippo Staff Members, Row 

1: K. Simmons, S. Simmons, P. Schoenberg. Row 2: 

M. Dowd, C. Aivalis, M. Asseo, A. Simons, B. Till, 

Row 3: L. Draymore, A. Philbin, M.B. Crosby, J. 

Swan. 15 Copy Editors Paula Schnitzer and Carol 

Janovsky. 16 Patrons Editors Peggy Creed. (Missing; 

Ads Editor Debbie Klein) 



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COSTUME CLOSET 



SPIRIT LINKS LANCERS, SINKS 

SPARTANS 



Longmeadow High's third annu- 
al Homecoming was a huge suc- 
cess, showing that his is a popular 
tradition here to stay. Students, fac- 
ulty, parents, and graduates all 
turned out to view this spectacular 
parade around town that included a 
float made by each class, the band, 
cheerleaders and lots of spirited 
fans. 

Actual Homecoming activities, 
chaired by Carolyn Greenspan and 
Lori Draymore, came at the end of a 
week-long spirit link competition 
which was won by the spunky 
Freshmen. The Freshmen also won 
the float competition with their 
creative depiction of the Homecom- 
ing theme "Knowledge is the Key 
to the Future". It was a difficult 
decision for the judges as to the 
best float since the Senior's "Gra- 
duate", "The Tree of Knowledge" 
done by the Juniors, and the Soph- 




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more's "Treasure Chest" were all 
equally as ingenious as the Fresh- 
men's "Dictionary and Globe". All 
in all, Homecoming was a spectac- 
ular event, according to Principal 
Dr. Craver, it was one of the most 
spirited things the school has done. 
The glorious "romp" on rival, E. 
Longmeadow, added to the excite- 
ment, and strengthened the feel- 
ings that "We are the Champions." 

1 The Sophomores show their ideas of the 
future. 2 Judge Hart reaches her verdict. 3 
The spirit of the day captured everyone — 
especially the Freshmen. 4 The victorious 
Frosh with their float. 5 The Senior float and 
the half time score. "You aint's seen nothin' 
yet." 6 Jubilent Lancers celebrate after an- 
other Longmeadow touchdown. 7 The third 
annual homecoming is set to music by the 
L.H.S. band. 8 The Junior class float "Leafs" 
it to the victors. 9 Senior Bunny Zacarian 
guards the balloons for the traditional bal- 
loon ascension. 



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KEYETTES UNLOCK 

THE WAY 



The Keyette Club, a club devoted 
to the service of the school and the 
community, has always been high- 
ly regarded for its active, devoted 
members, and this year proved no 
exception. With Mrs. Rahkonen 
acting as faculty advisor, and presi- 
dent Moira Murphy, the club 
members planned and successfully 
completed many projects through- 
out the school year. 

Weekly projects varied from 
helping guidance, the math depart- 
ment, the front office, and various 
teachers to cleaning the trophy 
cases and reading the daily news. A 
bulletin board called the Sunshine 
Bulletin board was changed regu- 
larly for notices and greetings to all 
who entered the school. Outside of 
these school activities, Keyettes 
visited "adopted" grandparents at 
the Jewish Nursing Home and the 
Ring Nursing Home. 

There were numerous other ac- 
tivities including a Keyette vs. Key 
Club football game in October, 
wheeling the elderly of the Ring 
Nursing Home around the Eastern 
States Exposition, selling key 
chains at the holiday time in De- 
cember and Participating in the 
March of Dimes Walk-a-thon and 
the Toys for Tots campaign. Sever- 
al dances held, among them the 
semi-formal at the Treadway Inn in 
January. This dance was so popular 
and highly attended that students 
requested that it be made and annu- 
al event. 

Valentine's Day in February was 
celebrated with the sale of carna- 
tions, and March + April were 
months reserved for the recruiting 
of new members and the voting in 
of new officers with such a history 
of past successes, the new members 
will have a difficult time following 
in the footsteps of the 1977-1978 
Keyettes. 




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1. Keyette Advisor Candy Rahkonen 2. 
President Moira Murphy observes the meet- 
ing. 3. Treasurer Nancy Dawson and Vice 
President Laura Teree. 4. Secretary Linda 
Doherty 5. The Keyette Board 6. Keyettes, 
Row 1: L. Schiffman, J. Slater, S. Connell, B. 
Rubin, L. Davidson, M. LaMarre, L. Rob- 
erts, C. Kassonos, D. Weiss, Row 2: L. Co- 
hen, M. Beauchamp, A. Bonosoni, S. Bono- 
soni, D. Cowles, K. Daly, M. Chase, H. He- 
sen, D. Evans, D. Goldberg, Row 3: A. 
Grant, E. Cain, L. Griffin, M. Kannavas, D. 
Sherman, E. Stewart, L. Feinburg, L. Athas, 
M.J. Grippo, Row 4: M. Sears, E. Abdow, 
Keyette member Diane Cowles. 8. Ring 
Nursing Home chairman Kathy Carey lis- 
tens intently. 9. Vice President Laura Teree 
does her job at an annual Monday night 
meeting. 



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THE KEYS 
HAVE IT 



Despite a slow start, the Key Club 
became a well-run, efficient service 
organization for boys. The club, led 
by president Jay Caron, organized the 
collection of toys for the Marine 
Corps sponsered program of Toys for 
Tots. Forty five hundred toys were 
gathered to be distributed to needy 
children in the Springfield area at 
Christmas time. Under the chairman- 
ship of Steve Warshaw, Longmeadow 
received the distinction of first place 
of sixteen schools competing. They 
also managed the Blood Bank for the 
Blood Mobile, where over one hun- 
dred pints were donated. A large num- 
ber of Key Clubbers also participated 
in the "Big Brothers" program. The 
club, consisting of just under one 
hundred members, was headed by 
president Jay Caron, first vice presi- 
dent Gary Goodman, second vice 
president Peter Gutermann, and Ju- 
niors Andrew Sears, secretary, and 
Larry Egan, treasurer. Key Club and 
all its activities were guided by advi- 
sor Roger Leblanc. As Andrew Sears 
said, "although the number of mem- 
bers was lower than in past years, we 
have accomplished just as much." 





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1 Some of Key Club's dedicated members. 2 
President Jay Caron at work. 3 Faculty advi- 
sor Rog Leblanc. 4. Just a few of the enthusi- 
astic Key Clubbers. 5. Junior Steve Warshaw 
listens intently to a speaker. 6. Jonathan 
Goldsmith hard at work 



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SLIDE BABY, SLIDE! 



The Math Team, advised by Mr. 
George Griffin, included math 
whizzes Jeff Dannay, Mike Fein- 
stein, Andrew Gotleib, Richard 
Hough, Clark Santos, and Peter 
Vedder. The team competed with 
18 other Western Mass. schools 
five times during the year. The 
meets, each of five members of the 
team are asked five questions, for a 
possible total of 25 points per team. 
This year the strong L.H.S. team 
made a good showing placing high 
in Western Mass. standings. 

The Math Club, Mu Alpha The- 
ta, was led by advisor Mr. Green- 
wood, President Peter Krucyzinski, 
V.P. Richard Hough, Sec. Sara 
Winniman, and Tres. David 
Krause. They hold student-run 
math workshops, along with lec- 
tures involving outside guest 
speakers. The highlights of the 
year were field trips toDigital Elec- 
tronics, a Math/Science Fair at the 
College of Our Lady of Elms, and a f] • 
visit to New York City to see the \ ■■<■ ^ ' 
Stock Exchange and the World | 
Trade Center. 



1. Mu Alpha Theta: (left to right) P. Kruc- 
zynski, president; S. Winniman, secretary; 
R. Richfield; D. Kraus, treas. Missing: Rich- 
ard Hough (v. p.), Scott Collentro, Andrew 
Gotlib. 




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N.H.S.ers LEND A HEAD 




National Honor Society, a club 
comprised of students of good aca- 
demic standing, continued its tra- 
dition of service to the school with 
the development of several new 
educational programs headed by 
Dr. LaMarre. Along with its cus- 
tomary activities — tutoring, bake 
sales, the annual car wash, and the 
induction teas- this year's members 
aided elementary students in a pro- 
gram designed to better reading 
skills and also worked intensively 
with other high school students 
who required special help in var- 
ious subjects. Due to the expert 
guidance of tutoring chairmen Les- 
lie Brooks and Sheila Brennan, the 
new programs improved a great 
success. Club members also 
worked in the Lancer bookstore 
and in the resource center of the 
History department. A new feature 
on the NHS agenda was a ping- 
pong tournament to help raise 
money for the annual NHS schol- 
arship. 

This year's officers, a dedicated 
and active group, were president 
John Tomko, vice-president Kerry 
Ferrero, treasurer Dee Robinson 
and secretaries Nancy Finch and 
Laura Donner. Mrs. Dudley and 
Mrs. Dolgin again acted as advi- 
sors. As one member said, "NHS is 
a good club, we don't just aid indi- 
viduals, but the school as a whole." 

1 N.H.S. members, ROW 1: J. Rubinstein, S. 
Walker, J. Swan, E. Zacarian, C. Rooke, S. 
Collentro, P. Vedder, M. Lundy ROW 2: G. 
Vedder, F. Prybylo, P. Schnitzer, L. Semel, J. 
Shriver, S. Nolet, G. Lundy, T. Kannavos, A. 
Curtis, ROW 3: G. Goodman, B. Drake, M. 
Smith, L. Greenberg, J. Chase, S. Siff, T. 
Howard, K. Ames, L. Evans, J. Chambers, L. 
Soloman, B. Rosenbloom, K. Bolger, C. 
Zinen, A. Sturgis ROW 4: M. Benander, R. 
Leavitt, L. Schwartz, K. Vincunas, C. Green- 
span, C. Santos. 2 President John Tomko 
and advisor Mrs. Dolgin watch over a meet- 
ing. 3 Faculty Advisors Mrs. Dudley and 
Mrs. Dolgin. 4 Tutor Lynn Greenberg keeps 
busy. 5 N.H.S. Officers: Secretary Laura 
Donner, Tutoring Chairmen Sheila Brennan 
and Leslie Brooks, President John Tomko, 
Vice-president Kerry Ferrero, Secretary 
Nancy Finch. 



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OF MICE AND MEN 



On January 19-21, the Key 

Club sponsored a dramatic 

presentation of Mice and Men. 

by John Steinbech. Entirely 

produced by Longmeadow High 

School Students, the play 

portrayed the timeless struggle of 

Mans search for roots and 

security. The drama was directed 

by senior David Brinnel, and 

starred Brinnel as the principal 

character of George; Gene Kane 

as his friend Lennie; and Marc 

Cohen, Joel Zuckerman and 

Dennis McCauly as Slim, Curley 

and Candy, respectively Curley's 

wife, the only female role, was 

filled by Jennie Reznik, an AFS 

student from South Africa. 

Additional roles in the play 

were portrayed by Todd 

Berenstein, Jay Venti, Dale Facey, 

and Stefan Rutherford. Behind 

the scenes were assistant director 

John Hoos, Director of Lighting. 

John Loughman, and Props and 

Set Mistress Meg Giles. 

Longmeadow High School was 

fortunate to have these talented 

people donate time and effort to 

producing such a fine 

professional presentation. 

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Reznik and Gene Kane 4 Marc Cohen 










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A DRAMATIC 
FEAST 



Can you imagine two LHS stu- 
dents running through the hall, 
this past autumn shouting, "The 
actors are coming! The actors are 
coming!" (sounds like that silver- 
smith from Boston?) 

Well, they didn't actually shout, 
but the two members of the Drama 
Club, Sandy Walker and Lori Co- 
hen, did do a great deal of running. 
The occasion? A visit to the school 
by the City Stage Company of Bos- 
ton, a group of professional actors 
and actresses. 

Invited by Mel Grant, Dramatics 
Advisor, the acting group spent a 
day in residence performing such 
plays as Edward Albee's The 
American Dream and "Shake- 
speare's Mirror", a collection of 
songs, speeches, and scenes from 
many of William Shakespeare's 
plays, a one act farce on contempo- 
rary American life. 

When the troupe was not on 
stage they were conducting dramat- 
ic workshops in the "open pit" of 
the library. 

The program was such a success 
that it will no doubt be repeated in 
the future. 

5 City Stager's cavorting through Shake- 
speare. 6 Mommy, Daddy, and Grandma in 
Albee's "American Dream". 7 Lou Cohen, 
Mr. Grant, and Sandy Walker preparing for 
the Day of Drama at LHS. 



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A.B.C. IS 
A-O.K 



ABC, or A Better Chance, is a 
program that grows more and more 
successful every year. This year 
Longmeadow High had the wel- 
come addition of eight ABC stu- 
dents, whose hometowns included 
Cleveland, Pittsburgh, New York, 
and Nashville. The students added 
a new dimension to school life, as 
well as actively participating in 
many sports and club functions. 

The ABC students found aca- 
demics at LHS more competitive 
than they had experienced before, 
yet with an extremely wide range of 
courses to choose from. Plenty of 
hard work was necessary, but the 
quality of the education it produced 
was well worth the effort. 

Besides studying intensely, the 
students still found time to take 
part in both fun and productive ac- 
tivities. The Longmeadow ABC 
students often visited some of the 
students participating in the ten 
area ABC programs. They also 
helped sponsor ABC fundraisers 
including dances and a tag sale. An 
ABC retreat was held so that all of 
the students and their house par- 
ents could get to know each other 
better. This active involvement in 
the school and community made 
and will continue to make ABC a 
special addition to Longmeadow 
and LHS. 




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HEAD FOR THE HILLS 




If you wondered who or what that 
wild-eyed mob was that came pouring 
out the back door of L.H.S. every 
Tuesday at 2:15 this past winter, don't 
fret. It was not a migration of scream- 
ing lemmings, nor was it an "encoun- 
ter of the third kind." 

The Ski Club was heading for the 
slopes. About 90 strong, laden with 
skis, poles, boots, and mittens, the Ski 
Clubbers boarded two busses each 
week for Mt. Tom for lessons, skiing, 
and fun! 

Aided by club members Sandy 
Walker and Meg Asseo, Mr. Mel 
Grant, Ski Club Advisor, organized 
the five week program. Teacher chap- 
erones included Mr. Mike McCarthy, 
Mr. Don Ladd, Mr. Al Jangle, and 
neophite downhill racer Mr. Pete 
Thompson. 

1 Ski Club members wait for lessons. 2 Skiers 
listen intently to instructor. 3 Trying hard to 
keep up with instructor. 4 Learning the funda- 
mentals. 5 Ski Club advisor, Mr. Grant. 



165 



THE LORD 

BLESS YOU 

AND KEEP 

YOU 

With over 126 students 
involved, the choral program at 
LHS is one of the most active 
endeavors in the curriculum. This 
year Girls' Chorus was the largest 
ever with fifty-four students 
divided in two sections. During 
the year, the girls worked on 
signing techniques through a 
varied program of songs. The 
training they received lays a solid 
foundation for the more advanced 
groups in later years. 
Similar to Girls' Chorus in its 
objectives, Mens' Chorus had a 
successful year with sixteen 
freshmen boys. Singing in four- 
parts, the group worked on a 
variety of music including Barber 
Shop melodies in hope of 
participating in a Barbershop 
Quartet competition. 
Concert Chorus, a 70 voiced 
mixed group, is more select than 
chorus and deals with music 
which is more difficult. The 
group's hard work and 
enthusiasm resulted in a very 
productive year. 
Lyrics, a forty voiced mixed 
chorus is highly select and works 
with music which challenges the 
singers. Concentrating on their 
vocal training, the group 
rehearses extensively, producing a 
highly developed sound. 
Last but not least, a group 
which consists of nine singers 
from Lyrics is called 1 Cantori. 
They deal with madrigals on a 
high level and perform several 
concerts throughout the year. 
This group meets at each others 
homes as an extra-curricular 
activity. 







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1- Mr.Thomsen. 2- Cantori-Peter Climo, 
Pam Richardson,Tom Weisend, Dianne 
Romell, Suzanne Schube, David Brinnel, 
Barbara Till, Mark Rosol. 3- David 
Brinnel 4- Lyrics-Row 1: Mark Rosol, 
Walter Gunn, Tim Biggins, Tim Pratt, 
Brian Smith, Row 2: Laine Broad, Peggy 
Creed, Mark Stover, Hal Goldberg, Walter 
Barz, Scott Zucker, David White, Todd 
Bernstein, Tom Weisend, Bill Pappas, Bill 
Taylor, Steven Tripp, DanTauber, David 
Brinnel, Terry Little, Peter Climo, Faith 
Prybylo, Suzanne Schibe. Row 3: Dianne 
Romell, Barbara Till, Nancy Riker, 
Christine Rooke, Mary Holloman, Robin 
Fein, Pam Richardson, Cathy Bisikirski, 
Betsy Currier, Sally Burnett, Caroline 
McKeon, Sandy Walker, Janet Chambers, 
Claire Coughlan, Karin Laushway. Pianist, 
Chris Sheffield. 

5 Men's Chorus: Row 1: Bobby Katz, 
Scott Harris, Jay Venti, Kurtis Suhs, Row 
2: Paul Miller, Peter Assilin, Matt Burns, 
David Garvin, Howard Odentz, Row 3: 
Scott Hansen, Stuart Bailey, Willie Ames, 
Kevin Stenstrom, Doug Cowles. 6 Concert 
Chorus: Row 1: Merry Chase, Gisella 
Cambi, Melanie White, Sue Hotaling, 
Cassie Vanwagner, Tracy Lavengood, 
Larry Guild, Paul Stewart, David Brinnell, 
Eugene Kane, Carl Zinack, Robert 
Glasgow, Whitney Hammett, Brook Kirk, 
Jenny Heye, Jill Staples, Betsy Sabin, Row 
2: Carolyn Connell, Joyce Leavitt, 
Monique Beauchamp, Audry Grant, Sandy 
Hower, Martha Lamarre, Ilene Secondo, 
Andy Weinberg, Tom Buddington, Fran 
Sheehan, Denise Magnon, Michele Rubin, 
Debbie Tooker, Tracy Johnson, Martha 
Tripp, Kathy Ames, Claudia Zinner, Row 
3: Kathy Shine, Michelle Johnson, Andrea 
Ecchio, Cathy Griffin, Jeff Jones, Bruce 
Dodge, Doug Schaaf, Tom Finch, Lori 
Butterfield, Monica Page, Tracy Glasgow, 
Michelle Hoffman, Julie Dropkin, Andrea 
Leibman, Gail Moomjian, Row 4: Alison 
Pete, Carol Condon, Peggy O'Neil, Dana 
Hartigan, Lainee Broad, Sue Gellerin, Dale 
Facey, Stephan Rutherford, Kathy Benoit, 
Heidi Godbott, Judy Goldstein, Marsha 
Allan, Marsha Haskins. 7 Girls Chorus: 
Row 1: Donna Golaski, Mary Wallbridge, 
Sue Duckman, Julie Blanchard, Becky 
Stevens, Gail Deifendurfer, Lori 
Vanwagner, Cindy Kosonas, Row 2: 
Debbie Guder, Chris McGough, Cindy 
Hafer, Lisa Crosby, Tina Hoyt, Kitty 
Stenstrom, Sharon Sabin, Carla Barz, 
Debbi Peavy, Row 3: Nancy Fuller, 
Attenette Paine, Sharon Slade, Betsy 
Regan, Irene Dasco, Nancy Roy, Valerie 
Feinstein, Catherine Gianelly, Julie 
Dropkin. Row 4: Sandra Andrews, Karen 
Itenan, Ann Rooke, Karen Simmons, 
Laura Stebins, Jamie Surkin, Sima Butsky, 
Kathy Griffen, Kristen Kinsley, Beverly 
Zacarian, Heather Rowe. Row 5: Tracy 
Belcher, Judy Climo, Julie Pierce, Kara 
Pennington, Retha Housey, Nicole 
Watkins, Gayla Paige, Elizabeth Woods. 



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A ONE AND A TWO . . . 



Longmeadow High has always 
been noted for its excellent instru- 
mental music program, but this 
year's groups seemed to outdo 
themselves in the style and quality 
of their performances. The spirit of 
cooperation and enthusiasm was 
obvious within all the different 
groups, and this attitude showed 
through in their playing. Under the 
direction of Mr. Burkle, the band 
performed at all the football games 
and in the Homecoming Parade. 
Three concerts for the bands and 
orchestras took place during the 
year, and during February the an- 
nual Pops concert was held where 
Lyrics and the bands combined tal- 
ents with the ever-popular Jesters 
for two successive nights of great 
music. 

Various money-making projects 
throughout the year, such as the 
sale of citrus fruits helped support 
an exchange concert to Moores- 
town, Pennsylvania which oc- 
curred in April. 

Much of credit for the success of 
the instrumental music program 
must be given to Mr. Burkle and 
student teacher Rolfe French for all 
their hard work and dedication. 
Senior Steven Hochberg comment- 
ed, "I've been through four years of 
the instrumental music program 
and I've really loved it all. We have 
one of the better music programs in 
the area." 



168 





1 Sears and Sweitzer swing into song. 2 A 
future Harry James hits a high note. 3 The 
flautists have it. 

4 Wind Ensemble Row 1: M. Lachman, G. 
Lundy, B. Drake, I. Shuttleworth, T. How- 
ard, R. Snyder, G. Vedder, S. Waldo, L. 
Shear, K. Foley, B. Coco, J. Stephan. Row 2: 
S. Goldaper, L. Briggs, A. Gotlib, M. Haase, 
S. Nolet, G. Hymen, A. Sears, M. Sweitzer, 
V. Sutton, D. Frank, J. Fletcher. Row 3: R. 
Wagner, D. Teich, M. Smith, M. Rosol, S. 
Hochberg, A. LaMontagne, D. Damon, M. 
Benander, M. Lundy, G. Frost, P. Vedder, G. 
Squire, W. Barz. Row 4: J. Wass, D. Webler, 
P. Ellsworth, T. Scavone, R. Leavitt, T. Fisk, 
S. Sears, T. Little, D. Trachtenberg, T. 
Sweitzer, P. Mathisen, D. Phelps, J. Allyn. 
Row 5: R. Brandwene, D. Gentes, J. Myers, 
R. Liversidge, S. Rubinstein, R. Grant 

5. Row 1: T. Lavengood, C. Janowsky, N. 
Finch, J. Heye, D. Pincus, R. Bye, L. Green- 
berg, C. Santos, J. Soloman, L. Buddington, 
F. Burns, L. Broad. Row 2: G. Lundy, J. Fran- 
son, P. Ratkowski, G. Vedder, T. Howard, R. 
Snyder, B. Drake, K. Foley, L. Shear, Belco, 

C. Carroll, S. Hopfe, M. Asseo, A. Theocles, 
Row 3: M. Benabder, M. Lundy, T. Scavone, 

5. Sears, T. Sweitzer, Row 4: D. Gentes, J. 
Myers, S. Rubinstein, J. Pelletier, S. Mar- 
shall. 

6. Band - Row 1: G. Gentile, H. Goldsmith, 
L. Novello, C. McGough, L. Snyder, M. Ep- 
stein, S. Sabin, R. Maclure, B. Roth. Row 2. 
B. Riker, M. Turner, L. Mackler, D. Dito- 
massi, M. Czelusniak, D. Elliott, S. Fanelli, 
H. Rempel, J. Novello. Row 3. D. Calvanese, 
M. Waxman, L. Rosenbaum, D. Santos, C. 
Nicholson, F. Skoler, M. Gerstein, L. Torff, 
K. Gotlib, C. Gentes. Row 4. G. Leone, R. 
Holman, D. Schwartz, A. Hochberg, T. 
Franz, S. Damon, D. Gagnon, P. Miller, J. 
Goulston. Row 5. J. Lachs, C. Gustafson, R. 
Loughman, J. MacMartin, W. Simpson, R. 
Coburn, K. Jenkins, C. Fraser, J. Alwitt, A. 
Peck. Row 6. D. Williams, J. Vinick, D. Fein, 

D. Facey. missing: L. Mackler. 7 Jesters - 
Row 1. J. Pelitier, M. Navazio, S. Sears, T. 
Scavoni, M. Lundy, C. Frazier. Row 2. J. 
Meyers, D. Gentes, D. Phelps, T. Sweitzer, 
W. Barz, J. Allan, C. Sheffields. Row 3. J. 
Wass, S. Hochberg, M. Rosal, C Gentes, A. 
LaMontain. 8 Spirited band members wind 
their way down the hall. 9 Seniors Peter 
Ellsworth and Tim Fisk perform during a 
concert. 



169 



The 1978 Choral groups had a 
busy and productive season. The 
year began with a good start in Oc- 
tober with a concert by Lyrics and 
the Orchestra. The following 
months were filled with several 
concerts, including the Annual 
Winter Concert, District Chorus, 
and the Spring Courtyard Concert. 
The Winter Carnival performed to 
a full house including a record 
number of alumni. All of the vocal 
groups along with orchestra were 
present to make a very entertaining 
evening. In January seventeen 
singers were selected to attend Dis- 
trict Chorus. The performance of 
the choral groups at the Spring 
Courtyard Concert in May con- 
cluded the fine year. The Instru- 
mental section of the Music depart- 
ment also had an exciting year. 
They also participated in the fall 
concert, annual Winter Concert 
and Spring Courtyard Concert. The 
Jesters performed at Baystate West 
for the "Music in our School 
Week" which was very successful. 
To conclude the year they attended 
the competition for Jazz/Rock en- 
sembles at Plymouth State College, 
New Hampshire. 

1 Band Director Wilfred Burkle. 2 

Members of Lyrics singing a piece. 3. 

Elizabeth Buddington concentrates on 

playing. 4 Combined choruses fill the hall 

with music. 




170 



EASY ON THE EASEL 




A new club to appear this year 
was the Art Club, the first one the 
school has had in several years. Al- 
though recently formed, it boasts a 
number of enthusiastic members 
and has already completed several 
successful projects. The painting of 
the school symbol on the gym 
floor, student teaching in Spring- 
field elementary schools, public 
workshop on batik and ceramic 
techniques and a televised printing 
workshop in downtown Spring- 
field are a few of the accomplish- 
ments of this enterprising club. 
The members were also able to par- 
ticipate in a field trip to the Rhode 
Island School of Design and several 
museums in Rhode Island. Advi- 
sors Mr. Katz and Mrs. Ebeling and 
officers Amy Benzall and Cindy 
Avalis as well as the members of 
the club deserve credit for the in- 
centive and creativity displayed in 
the formation of this club. The ad- 
vent of this organization was greet- 
ed with enthusiasm, by many 
members of LHS, not solely artists. 
Membership is open to anyone in- 
terested in art, it is not necessary to 
be enrolled in an art course. 



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HELPERS 

1 Guidance Aid, Ellen Silverman. 
Library Aids: Lynn Thompson, 
Bruce Press, Mark Lanzakis. 2 TV 
Aides: front row, David Fein, Rob- 
in Fein, back row, Tom Gould, 
Steve Petlock, Richard Grant, Lyn 
Grippin. 3 AV Aids: front row, 
Steve Pellitier, Bob Loughman, 
back row Dan Aronson, Andy 
Braun, missing: Paul Piccard, John 
Bowen. 4 David Fein. 




174 




STRAIGHT 
SHOOTERS 



The 1978 edition of the Rifle 
Team, made up of senior, Wayne 
Thomas, juniors Mark Diefen- 
derfer, Walter Gunn, Robert Rich- 
field and James Webber, and soph- 
omores Todd Bailey, Michael Fish- 
er, and Robert McTaggart shot 
their way to a meager 3 wins and 4 
losses record against the formida- 
ble opponents of the private school 
league. Coach Ray Villeneuve 
looked hopefully to this season 
when he will have 7 returning vet- 
erans and stated that the 77-78 team 
learned the fundamentals of good 
shooting very well, while compet- 
ing. This year's Top Gun' Award 
went to Robert Richfield for high 
average and Mark Diefenderfer for 
most improved shooter. 

1 Michael Fisher shows his style. 2 The fir- 
ing line. 3 Rifle Team: front row Jim Web- 
ber, Walter Gunn, Michael Fisher, Robert 
McTaggart, back row Coach Villeneuve, 
Rob Richfield, Todd Bailey, Mark Deifen- 
derfer. Missing: Wayne Thomas. 



175 



ALERTNESS WINS THE GAME 
AROUND THE WORLD 



One of the quieter clubs in LHS 
was the chess club, a small group of 
avid chess players. The chess mas- 
ters of Longmeadow High School 
did not compete interscholastically 
this past year, but worked mainly 
on practicing strategies and and 
sharpening their play. Led by advi- 
sor Mr. Ladd, the team could be 
found at their chessboards in the 
library after school. All the mem- 
bers of the club are looking for- 
ward to a successful year of compe- 
tition next year. 

1. R. to L. J. Mahan, P. Krusynski, D. 
Krause, R. Richfield. 2. Chess Club Advisor 
Mr. Ladd. 3. Checkmate in two moves. 4. 
Concentration plus Kibitzer. 





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YOUTH FOR UNDERSTANDING 







Youth For Understanding, 
(Y.F.U.), is an international organi- 
zation dedicated to increasing 
world understanding through stu- 
dent exchange. Every year teen- 
agers from countries all over the 
world travel to foreign countries, 
where they are able to experience 
life in a new culture. 

This year Longmeadow was for- 
tunate to host two foreign students, 
Richard Evers, from the Nether- 
lands and Isabelle Teboul, from 
France. Both are seniors at the high 
school. They became involved in 
activities ranging from sports to 
art. Not only did the exchange stu- 
dents benefit from their year long 
experience, but members of the 
LHS community learned about a 
different way of life, and met two 
interesting people. 

1. Ricard goes to the head of the class. 2. 
Isabelle, "The ex-French patriot." 3. Richard 
shows another aspect of his many talents. 



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'Anyone can look good at . 

STEIGERS 

690 Bliss Road Longmeadow 



"The Most Modern Formal Wear Specialists" 

COLLEGE FORMALS 



208 Walnut Street Spfld. 





"Get insured with the best" 

A. STEDMAN DOWD 

39 State St. Spfld 




'Won't get caught in the corner, shop at . . 

CASUAL CORNER 

The Enfield Square, EnField, Conn. 



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'If We Ain't Got It, You Don't Need It!' 

ZUNDELL HARDWARE 

770 Main St. Spfld. Mass. 733-0912 




'Buy with Confidence at " 

CITY MOTORS 

630 Main Street Spfld, Mass. 



"Get The Latest Style at EJB" 

EJB BEAUTY SALON 



Bliss Road, Longmeadow 



"Roses are Redder at ..." 

LONGMEADOW FLOWERS 

Longmeadow Shops, Longmeadow 




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LONGMEADOW PHARMACY 

159 Longmeadow St. 



"SOLD" by . . . 

TREND REALTY 



811 Williams St. 



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PALMER STRUCTURAL STEEL CO. 

WATER STREET. PALMER. MA 01069 

TELEPHONE (413) 283-8958 

A DIVISION OF 

NORTHEAST COLUMN CO . INC. 



IRVING WINER 

V P SALES 

Fabricated Steel Products 



Congratulations 
to the 

Class of 

1978 



from 
UNITED CHEMICAL AND PLASTIC CORP. 

813 Williams Street 
Longmeadow, Mass. 




"You always look the tops at . . 

WINDFIELD HATS INC. 



580 Main St., Holyoke Mass. 



SERVE QUALITY FOODS 
THA T COST LESS ! = 







ALWAYS LOOK FOR. . 



ALL SWEET LIFE. PRODUCTS ARE AVAILABLE 
AT YOUR INDIVIDUALLY OWNED SUPER MARKET 




SWEET LIFE 




'Get set with offset 



GENERAL OFFSET PRINTING CO., INC. 

Chestnut St. Spfld. MA. 781-5550 



"For Gifts of Distinction" 

COCK O' THE WALK 

712 Bliss Rd., Longmeadow 




Rock Record Dances Disco & 
Oldies Complete sound and 

lighting Reasonable rates 
Call Dave 567-1250/567-0942 




DISCO DAVE 




PHILBIN 
STENOGRAPHIC 
SERVICES, INC. 



'Tfoaie, walk-in 




"Court Reporters" 

PHILBIN AND ASSOCIATES 

71 ELM ST. SPRINGFIELD, MA. 




"BUY YOUR HOME THROUGH THE BEST" 

COLEMAN GALLERY OF HOMES 

809 MAPLE RD. LONGMEADOW, MA. 



"Dealing With The Best" 

CLYDE CHEVROLET BUICK, INC. 

ROCKVILLE, CONN. 



"HOT STUFF FROM KIMMELS' 

KIMMELS BAKERY 

800 WILLIAMS STREET 




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'Your Money is Safe at . . 

FREEDOM FEDERAL SAVINGS 

1243 Main St. Spfld, Mass. 



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T£L.i LO 7-7069 
TEL: LO 7-7579». 



ROBERT F. SCOTT CO., INC. 



LONGMEADOW GARAGE 



DONALD F. SCOTT 



SERVICE SPECIALISTS 



467 LONGMEADOW ST. 
LONGMEADOW. MASS. 



Offering You The Tery 
Real Estate Service 



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VERA BURGER REALTOR 

172 Chestnut St. Spfld. Mass. 





'Gas Up and Clean Up at 



DAMOUR'S GAS N' WASH 



190 Orange St. Spfld. 




"We will transport You anywhere" 

LONGMEADOW TRANSPORTATION 

47 Homestead Blvd. Longmeadow, Ma. 



"The Merchant of Tennis" 

PIONEER VALLEY RACQUET 
CLUB 

45 Tennis Rd Agawam, Ma. 



PIONEER VALLEY 

RACQUET CLUB 




"We can fix any car" 

OLIVERS AUTO BODY 

1060 Bay St. Spfld. 




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"Get in the Swing' 



MEADOWS RAQUET CLUB 





"Literature for all levels" 

BLISS PHARMACY 

798 Williams St. Longmeadow 




'For the Sophisticated look . . . 

CROCKETTS LTD. 

217 North Main St. East Longmeadow 



"For special occasions come to . 

FACEY JEWELERS 

434 North Main St. East Longmeadow 




"I got my hair cut at . . ." 

HAIR I AM 

653 North Main St. East Longmeadow 





'Congratulations to the Class of 1978 

B & B MARKET 

55 No. Main St. East Longmeadow 




"The Great Cover Up" 

FABRIC BOUTIQUE 

No. Main St. East Longmeadow 



"All your reading and stationary needs^—^ 
GILBERT'S BOOK & STATIONERY QD 

ClJQp 716 Bliss Rd. Longmeadow V^^"^ 



"Anyone can learn to play at ..." 
EAST LONGMEADOW MUSIC 

8 Center Sq. East Longmeadow 





SART JEWELERS 




"Jewelry at its Best" 

BART JEWELERS 

807 Williams St. Longmeadow 



TIXACQ 

MINNIE'S 




"You're a winner at ..." 

WINNIE'S AUTO SERVICE 

410 Longmeadow St. Longmeadow 



"Mmm good" 

DAGWOODS 

430 No. Main St. East Longmeadow 



"Roll your wheels to ..." 

WAYNE'S MOBIL 

773 Maple Rd. Longmeadow 









'Congratulations 

to the 

SENIORS" 

From the 

Freshman 

Class 




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"Got the munchies?" Eat at . . . 
RINALDI'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT 

17 Enfield St., Enfield, Conn. 
408 Longmeadow St., Long. 



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'Congratulations to the Class of '78" 

FRANK'S PACKAGE STORE 



11 Dickenson St. 
Springfield, Mass. 



"Different Bikes for different Tikes" 
BIANCO'S BICYCLE CENTER 



219 Shaker Road 
East Longmeadow, Mass. 



"Things look Right at 

A.O. WHITE 

Bay State West 






'For All Your Home Improvement Needs' 
KELLY-FRADET LUMBER MART 

587 North Main St. East Longmeadow 




The Quality goes in Before the Clothes Go Out' 

STACY'S CLEANERS 



55 White, 611 N. Main, E.L; 
3 Edgewood Long. 



"Bored? Head For Longmeadow Travel" 

LONGMEADOW TRAVEL 

911 Shaker Rd. Longmeadow 



"Imprinted Items for Proms-Reunions-Fund Raising" 

PIONEER PREMIUM PROMOTIONS 

16 Maple St. East Longmeadow 






"Step into Comfort at ..." 

BROOSLIN SHOES 

The X-Springfield 




"Looking good with . . . 

PORSHE AUDI 

Memorial Ave. West Springfield 



LONGUEIL TRANSPORTATION 

Shaker Road East Longmeadow 





'Look Swift On The Slopes' 

THE SKI HAUS 

Shaker Road East Longmeadow 




"HAYDEN is WAY on your SIDE 

HAYDEN Waspude ROU 



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PRINT SHOP 



at the "X" for your convenience 

Invitations for All Occasions 

All types of printing 

'Congratulations to the Class of '78 




EXCEL MANUFACTURING CORP. 




HAND 

&HAIR 

DRYERS 

Congratulates The Class Of 78 f . 




P. 0. BOX 365 EAST LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 01028 PHONE (413) 525-4531 




'FOR THOSE SATURDAY ACHES AND PAINS' 

W.F. YOUNG 



Manufacturer of 
ABSORBINE JUNIOR 



111 Lyman St. 
Springfield, Mass. 




"Get in good spirits at ..." 

GOODE SPIRITS SHOP 

7936 Williams St., Longmeadow 



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Shop at . . . 

ROMITO & SONS, INC. 

26 N. Main St., East Longmeadow 



"Load up your Basket at ..." 

DAVE'S FOOD BASKET 

60 Shaker Rd, East Longmeadow 



'Let Ryan's be your drug man, Prescriptions since 1895.' 

RYAN DRUG 

720 Bliss Rd. Longmeadow 






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"I'll drink to that" 

THE BOTTLE SHOP 

909 Shaker Rd. Longmeadow 



"Smith's Sesame Street Gang" 

SMITH PHARMACY 

Longmeadow St. Longmeadow 




"Flowers for all occasions" 
MASCARO FLOWERS OF 
LONGMEADOW 



801 Williams St. Longmeadow 






Good Luck to 

the Class 

of 

1978 

from the class 

of 

1980 





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Lessons in 

Guitar, 

Mandolin, 

Trumpet, 

Drums, Piano. 

Guitar 
Accesories 
and Music 

books 
available at low 

prices. 

Good quality 

guitars at low 

prices. 

326 Walnut 

Street, 

Agawam, 

Mass. 
732-5452 



GUITAR ACADEMY AND 
SHOWROOM 



326 Walnut St., Agawam 




For the Best in Styling, It's . . . 
LONGMEADOW BEAUTY SALON 

151 Longmeadow St., Long. 



'For the Latest Fashions, shop at . . . 

THE ARRAY 

Bay State West 



For The Right Realtors, Go To . . 

WHYTE REALTORS 

776 Longmeadow St., Long. 





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■McDonald's 




You Deserve a Break Today at MCDONALD'S 
especially after a hard day's work at school 



97 Elm Street 
385 Enfield St., Enfield, Conn. 




'Service with a Smile' 



JANE ALDEN DAIRY STORE 



Beautiful Styles At . . . 

BEAUTY SHOP ON GREEN 



408 Longmeadow St., Long. 



9 Chandlier Ave., Long. 





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publishing trends. Ellen Philbin, Pam Schoenberg and 
Meg Asseo are working at our video display terminals 
that enable editing directly from a screen into type 
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Like a modern newspaper, you must grow with the 
times. Graduation will mean a big adjustment. Reading 
our newspapers can help you prepare for these 
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Each morning, evening and Sunday, we provide a mix 
of information, entertainment and value that's worth far 
more than the cost of a subscription. 

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Mr 
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Mr + Mrs Eugene Adamz 

Rev. + Mrs J.W. Ames 

Mr + Mrs George Anderson 

+ Mrs J.H. Asthalter 

+ Mrs Harold Ball 
Mr + Mrs Norman Bassett 
Mr + Mrs Samuel Bedrosian 
Mr + Mrs Everett Bennett 
Mr + Mrs Douglas Benoit 
Mr + Mrs Walter F. Biggins 
Mr + Mrs Merle Black 
Mr + Mrs Fred Bliss 
Mr + Mrs Pat Bolger 
Mr + Mrs Daniel J. Bonasoni 
Mr + Mrs O. Boudreaux 
Mr + Mrs Brennan 
Mr + Mrs Gary Brooks 
Mr + Mrs Donald Burnett 
Mr + Mrs Albert Bushey 
Mr + Mrs William L. Butts 
Mr + Mrs Francis L. Calarese 
Dr + Mrs John P. Carey 
Mr 4- Mrs Robert Carroll 
Dr + Mrs Edward Caruso 
Mr + Mrs Edward W. Cerveny 
Dr + Mrs Richard Chabot 
Mr + Mrs Theodore E. Chambers 
Mrs Jane E. Ciota 
Mr + Mrs W.H. Clay 
Mr + Mrs George E. Clute 
Mr + Mrs Ralph F. Coleman 
Mr + Mrs Frank A. Collaro 
Mr + Mrs Joseph S. Collentro 
Mr + Mrs Brendan M. Connell 
Mrs Patrica Connor 
Mr + Mrs Fank Cruz 
Mr + Mrs William Currier 
Mr + Mrs Alan Curtis 
Mrs Helen A. Diaduck 
Mr + Mrs Robert A. Draymore 
Dr + Mrs Sherman E. Fein 
Mr + Mrs Robert Felicitti 
Mrs Helen Fessola 
Mr + Mrs Jason C. Finch 
Mr + Mrs Noyes Fisk 
Dr + Mrs Jason G. Fitzpatrick 
Mr + Mrs John E. Foley 




Mr + Mrs Gerald Fortier 
Mr + Mrs Vincent Friberg 
Mr + Mrs Donald T. Fuller 
Mr + Mrs Wm.C. Giles Jr. 
Mr + Mrs Bradford Gill 
The Alan Goldberg Family 
Dr + Mrs Richard Goodman 
Mr + Mrs Donald Gracey 
Mr + Mrs Richard M. Greene 
Dr + Mrs Joseph B. Greenspan 
Mr + Mrs Warren Hastings 
Mr + Mrs Andrew Havrilla 
Mr + Mrs Peter Heenan 
Mr + Mrs Richard Hickling 
Mr + Mrs Jerre Hoffman 
Mr + Mrs Russell Hubley 
Dr + Mrs Sidney Hyman 
Mr + Mrs Arudino Iennaco 
Mr + Mrs Calvin Jacobson 
Mr + Mrs Edward Jadowski 
Mrs Joanne F. Janik 
Dr + Mrs Carl Janovsky 
Mr + Mrs Raymond Jarvis 
Mr + Mrs John Kelleher 
Mr + Mrs Robert W. Kelley 
Dr + Mrs Kermit Kenler 
Mrs Donald Killeen 
Mr + Mrs Gerald Klein 
Mr + Mrs Donald Klein 
Mr + Mrs Frank C. Knight 
Mrs Patrica Knisley 
Mr + Mrs William Kreiner 
Mr + Mrs Stanely Kusiak 
Mr + Mrs Ernest LaFrance 
Mr + Mrs M. Leveillee 
Rev + Mrs Neal Lund 
Dr + Mrs Lawrence Lundy 
Mr + Mrs William Lyons 
Mr + Mrs John Magnani 
Mr + Mrs Peter V. Markell 
Mr + Mrs Raymond H. Marr 
Mr + Mrs Paul E. Philbin 
Dr 4- Mrs John Prybylo 
Mr + Mrs Thomas Richardson 
Dr + Mrs Francis Riley 
Mr + Mrs David Rinaldi 
Mr + Mrs Art Rivkin 



Mr + Mrs Jacob V. Robinson 

Mr + Mrs J. Dexter Rosenbloom 

Dr + Mrs Martin L. Rosal Jr. 

Mr + Mrs Morton H. Rubin 

Mr + Mrs Stanley B. Rubinstein 

Mr + Mrs Robert Sabin 

Mr + Mrs Herbert S. Schnitzer 

Mr + Mrs Edward Schube 

Mr + Mrs Semel 

Mr + Mrs Robert Sheehan 

Dr + Mrs William E. Sheehan 

Mr + Mrs Raymond Sherman 

Mrs Jane Sherman 

Mr + Mrs John Shuttleworth 

Dr + Mrs Julius Silverman 

Mr + Mrs Irving W. Simmons 

Mr + Mrs Alan Skole 

Mr + Mrs Alan Slade 

Dr + Mrs Richard Slater 

Mr + Mrs David R. Smith 

Mr + Mrs Arthur Solomon 

Mr + Mrs Theodore Springett 

Mr + Mrs John W. Stearns 

Mr + Mrs Frank Stevens 

Mrs Alice Sturgis 

Mr + Mrs Irving Tarriff 

Mr + Mrs Edmund Tate 

Dr + Mrs Thomas Teree 

Mr + Mrs Robert A. Thomas 

Mr + Mrs Gerald Tober 

Mr + Mrs Joseph Torpey 

Dr + Mrs Howard Trachtenberg 

Mr + Mrs Trzcinski 

Mr + Mrs Vatrano 

Mr + Mrs Albert Vecchiarelli 

Mr + Mrs Vedder 

Mr + Mrs Veitenheimer 

Mr Raymond M. Vincunas 

Mr + Mrs Robert Walker 

Mr + Mrs Joseph J. Walsh 

Mr Buddy G. Wardlaw 

Mr + Mrs John M. Wass 

Mr + Mrs Zane P. Wernick 

Mr + Mrs Alfred Williams 

Mr + Mrs Fred Wilochka 

Mr + Mrs B. I. Wolf 

Mr + Mrs Marshall N. Wood 






FORMAL ATTIRE 

'Prom Headquarters for the Springfield Area' 



510 Main Street 



One of the objectives of Masacksic is to reflect the many aspects 
of our high school experiences. It is the job of the yearbook editors 
to represent the entire school body — with no exceptions Where 
any club or activity is not represented in this book, it is either 
because they did not wish to be or because they would not take the 
time to be photographed. 

This yearbook is the end result of the effort and time devoted to 
its production by a host of people with varying talents. We all 
hope that you will enjoy the book and that it will aid in holding 
some of the memories you have of high school. 



Our very special thanks go to: 
Mel Grant, Yearbook Advisor 

Donald Lendry, American Yearbook Co. Representative 
Brooks Johnson, Stevens Studios of Photography 
Our student Photographers: 
Chris Sheffield, Mike Stenstrom, 
and Jeff Myers. 



Are we going to 

Why are we doing this? 
WE DID IT!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Thanks to: G.A.&D.P., BROWNIE, DOOR, DAN, DIMES, 
MICHAEL&T.M., OLD HANGOUTS, — ARTS & DRESS, 3:15 
GETAWAYS, LATE NIGHTS at 10:00 "But, Kit, it doesn't go along 
with THE THEME!!" DUMMIES, CROPPERS, DEADLINES, 
DOUGHNUT BREAKS, "I COULD STRANGLE THAT KID!" 
08246 OUR FAVORITE QUOTES NEVER GOING IN, 
FAYE&KRISTEN, "ESTHER" AND "LIFE AFTER DEATH."